Mathematical Physics

   

On the Wave Motion and Inertial Mass of Quantum Particles

Authors: Vu B Ho

In this work we will discuss the possibility that if a quantum particle possesses a fluid state, as shown in our work on the fluid state of Dirac quantum particles, then the motion of the physical particle in an ambient space may be directly related to its fluid state and therefore it can be explained in terms of the wave motion of physical objects that move in a substrate space with the mechanism similar to that of peristaltic locomotion. In particular, we will also discuss the possibility that the so-called inertial mass of a particle in classical physics may be identified as a form of gripping connection between the particle and the substrate, which is the ambient space itself, that is needed for a particle to move in space. This is similar to a tight grip that is needed for a physical object to move on a surface.

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