Let be a classical particle with Hamiltonian(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

[tex] \pi _{t}-p^{2}-V(x)=0 [/tex]

can we describe the QM version of it (particle under the influence of a potential) using 'Loops' instead of Waves ?? i mean, although this is a toy model can we apply 'Quantum Loops' to solve the problem ??

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# Usual QM with 'loops'

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