Relativistic correction to quantum mechanical system: quantum well with a particle moving in high velocity relative to lab frame (the well moves together with the particle in it).(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Without relativistic correction there will be a probability for the particle to be outside the well since it's tunneled through the well's wall. This implies the particles have a probability to exceed light speed which contradicts SR.

I expect the correction to provide with a wave function that prevents this probability as if the well would have infinite wall height to nullify any probability for a particle to exceed light speed.

Please comment.

If someone knows any successful correction please let me have the link or ref.

Thank you from advance

Dilema

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# Relativistic correction to quantum mechanical system

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