Quantum Physics


Spatial Coherence Restriction in Quantum Non-Mereological Compounds

Authors: C Dedes

Employing the symmetrization postulate for two quantum particles we prove a non-linear differential relation that imposes certain constraints on the admissible values of wavefunction solutions and rules out spatial superposition states. Combining this with the two-particle Schrodinger equation in the position representation, a non-linear partial differential equation is educed which is time-asymmetric and remains invariant under the permutation of particle indices. Extension of the analysis to several particle composites is also sketched and the mereological implications fol- lowing from this formalism are explored.

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