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Real Structure, Fundamental Symmetry and Quantum Mechanics

In the standard Hermitian quantum mechanics, the space of states of a quantum mechanical system forms a complex Hilbert space in general. But often the space of states becomes a real vector space. When the space of states is a … Continue reading

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Doing Quantum Physics with Split-Complex Numbers

Theory of Photons (Electromagnetism) and Wave-Particle Duality of Light Earlier investigations on the nature of light show that, light must be described by electromagnetic waves or by particles (wave-particle duality). de Broglie hypothesized that what is true for photons should … Continue reading

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