Quantum Physics

   

Nonlocality and Interaction

Authors: Manfred Buth

In order to understand nonlocal phenomena, the corresponding processes must be treated as scattering experiments and investigated in the frame of quantum field theory. Quantum mechanics is not sufficient for this task, because it is only concerned with the influence of a potential on a physical object. But in processes with nonlocal effects the role of interaction between physical objects must be sufficiently respected. – All this is shown first of all for the special case of the spin-1/2-experiment, and then generalized to arbitrary scattering processes.

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[v1] 2011-12-19 10:35:06
[v2] 2014-05-27 02:51:04
[v3] 2014-11-28 00:53:44

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