Quantum-Mechanical Channel of Interactions between Macroscopic Systems

Sargsyan, R. Sh.; Karamyana, G. G.; Gevorkyan, A. S.
May 2010
AIP Conference Proceedings;5/4/2010, Vol. 1232 Issue 1, p267
Academic Journal
The macroscopic experimental phenomena which cannot be explained in the frames of classical concepts are described. The attempt of qualitatively understanding of observed effects based on Bohm’s representation of Schrödinger equation for arbitrary system of interacting particles is presented.


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