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Fractal Approximation of Motion and Its Implications in Quantum Mechanics

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Inconsistencies of some standard quantum mechanical models (Madelung’s, de Broglie’s models) are eliminated as- suming the micro particle movements on continuous, but non-differentiable curves (fractal curves). This hypothesis, named by us the fractal approximation of motion, will allow an unitary approach of the phenomena in quantum me-chanics (separation of the physical motion of objects in wave and particle components depending on the scale of resolution, correlated motions of the wave and particle, i.e. wave-particle duality, the mechanisms of duality, by means of both phase wave-particle coherence and wave-particle incoherence, the particle as a clock, particle incorporation into the wave and the implications of such a process). Moreover, correspondences with standard gravitational models (Einstein’s model, string theory) can be also distinguished.

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M. Agop, D. Magop and E. Bacaita, "Fractal Approximation of Motion and Its Implications in Quantum Mechanics," Open Journal of Microphysics, Vol. 2 No. 3, 2012, pp. 33-45. doi: 10.4236/ojm.2012.23005.

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