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Psi (Ψ) - in the light of quantum behavior.

The Problem with Quantum Measurements - Psi (Ψ)

The '' measurement problem'' / ''wave-particle collapse''

About one wave measurement of one quantum particle.

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There isn't electric wave without quantum particle.

The wave-function is result of a real work of quantum particle (h)

The wave-function Psi (Ψ) is derivate form of quantum particle.

The wave-particle collapse problem could be contemplated as

boundary changes of wave and particle simultaneously.

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When the wave collapses, the pure electric particle (E=h*f)

changes its parameters into negative potential state - Dirac's

virtual / antiparticles (-E=Mc^2) and "disappears " in Zero Vacuum T=0K.

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The Problem with Quantum Measurements - Psi (Ψ)

The '' measurement problem'' / ''wave-particle collapse''

About one wave measurement of one quantum particle.

#

There isn't electric wave without quantum particle.

The wave-function is result of a real work of quantum particle (h)

The wave-function Psi (Ψ) is derivate form of quantum particle.

The wave-particle collapse problem could be contemplated as

boundary changes of wave and particle simultaneously.

#

When the wave collapses, the pure electric particle (E=h*f)

changes its parameters into negative potential state - Dirac's

virtual / antiparticles (-E=Mc^2) and "disappears " in Zero Vacuum T=0K.

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