Path Integrals and The Relation Between Classical and Quantum Mechanics View Full Text


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DATE

1978

AUTHORS

Martin C. Gutzwiller

ABSTRACT

Our perception of the world outside ourselves can best be described in the terms of classical physics. The phenomena on the atomic scale require the ideas of quantum mechanics for their understanding which remain rather formal and abstract in our mind. Hence the need to tie the two realms together. Many problems can be treated successfully, although only approximately, with the help of classical mechanics, e.g. transition rates in chemistry and self-bound states in quantum field theory (solitons and instantons). More... »

PAGES

163-200

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4684-9140-1_6

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