Hilbert Book Model Project/Slide F13

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hbmp Hilbert Book Model Project F13

According to current physical interpretation,
the Helmholtz equation describes the movement of electrons inside an atom

In fact, it describes the oscillation modes of the superposition coefficients
that determine the superposition of the characteristic functions of the components
of the atom, which is the characteristic function of the atom

Mode changes correspond to the emission or absorption of strings of warps

Thus, the Helmholtz equation describes the dynamics of the probability of detecting
the components of the atom

The equation does not describe the actual position of the elementary particle

The characteristic function describes the dynamic behavior of the stochastic process that provides the locations where the elementary particles will be and can be detected

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