I am currently trying to learn a little about quantum mechanics, although not on very detailed level. There is one thing I wonder:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

What happens with the Schrödinger Equation in the classical limit, i.e. when either the mass of the particle tends to infinity or when Planck's constant tends to 0?

Somehow, this should be reduced to classical physics, similar to letting c tend to infinity in the Lorentz Transformation leads to the Galilei Transformation. But I cannot see how we get some classical equation from the Schrödinger Equation in a similar case...

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# Schrödinger Equation in the classical limit

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