wave mechanics

NOUN
  1. the modern form of quantum theory; an extension of quantum mechanics based on Schrodinger's equation; atomic events are explained as interactions between particle waves
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  • This wave mechanics is a type of soliton associated with the anti-de Sitter configuration of each cosmology, which is dependent on the value of the cosmological constant or “Lambda.” Searching for Life in the Multiverse | Universe Today
  • During the last years of his life he worked steadily on the wave mechanics of the hydrogen and helium atom.
  • The theory of de Broglie in the form given to it by Schrödinger is now known as wave mechanics and is the basis of atomic physics. G.P. Thomson - Nobel Lecture
  • The physics here involves dispersion, which is a generic property of wave mechanics in media. Faster-Than-Light Pulsar Phenomena | Universe Today
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