Coupling constant threshold in non-relativistic quantum mechanics

a singular perturbation problem
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The interaction of electrons with an electromagnetic field can be treated by means of perturbation theory. This is because the electromagnetic interaction is comparatively weak, as is shown by the smallness of the corresponding dimensionless coupling constant, that is, the fine-structure constant.

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a scaling limit of the theory in which the pole in this S-matrix is near threshold. We argue that the theory must be well described by non-relativistic quantum mechanics in this limit, and determine the relevant Schroedinger equation. We demonstrate that the A Renormalization of the coupling constant 7.

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We find a scaCited by: Maximal velocity of photons in non-relativistic QED. of the coupling constant, we prove asymptotic completeness of the wave operators. methods for studying problems of scattering theory in.

Minimal Photon Velocity Bounds in Non-relativistic Quantum Electrodynamics hold with a restriction on the coupling constant which is uniform w.r.t.

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Max Planck himself wrote ω as hν, where ν = ω/2π is the 'cyclic' frequency (the number of periods per second), so that in early texts on quantum mechanics the term 'Planck's constant' referred to h ≡ 2π, while was called 'the Dirac constant' for a while.

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In this paper we start with the assumption that natural clocks are digital and that events are discrete. By taking different continuum limits we show that the phase of non-relativistic quantum mechanics and the odd metric of spacetime both emerge from the consideration of discrete clocks in relative motion.

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Feynman’s paper ‘Space-Time Approach to Non-Relativistic Quantum Mechanics’, Reviews of Modern Physics, volume 20, page (), makes it clear that his path integrals are a censored explicit reformulation of quantum mechanics, not merely an extension to sweep away infinities in quantum field theory.

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List of equations in quantum mechanics. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia A fundamental physical constant occurring in quantum mechanics is the Planck constant, h. Non-relativistic time-independent Schrödinger equation. Summarized below are the various forms the Hamiltonian takes, with the corresponding Schrödinger equations and.

Planck’s constant plays an essential role in quantum mechanics and quantum field theory.

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It is this constant of nature that determines the amount of quantization for both the first quantization and the second quantization. The quantization rules in quantum mechanics and, for example, in quantum field theory both by: 7. tail to the Hamiltonian formulation is not possible.

As in ordinary non-relativistic quantum mechanics, there are a number of important physical results which are ob-tained much more readily using this approach. Particularly notable, in the case of gravity, involves the nature of the Hamiltonian constraint, which implies that the to.

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