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Time Energy Uncertainty Principle and Resonance in Chemistry

Authors: Mirza Wasif Baig

Phenomenon of resonance in chemistry and vacuum fluctuations of virtual particles in high energy physics has been mathematically modeled by a third order differential equation. In newly formulated differential equation wave function describing both canonical forms of molecules and state of virtual particles is a dependent variable while time is an independent variable. Solution of differential equation after application of appropriate boundary conditions gives an acceptable wave function Operation of energy and time operator on this wave function proves that these operators do not hold commutative property. Time energy uncertainty principle has been derived by calculating variance of energy and time for the same wave function.

Comments: 7 Pages. Mathematical modelling of resonance in Chemistry and Vaccuum fluctuations of Virtual Particles by single differential equation

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[v1] 2012-10-08 13:10:22

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