By Axel Schild

Quantum hydrodynamics is a formulation of quantum mechanics based on the probability density and flux (current) density of a quantum system. It can be used to define trajectories which allow for a particle-based interpretation of quantum mechanics, commonly known as Bohmian mechanics. However, quantum hydrodynamics rests on the usual time-dependent... Show more

November 29, 2019

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