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      A Feasible Interpretation of the Wave-particle Duality Origin of Microscopic Matter Particles

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      Quantum mechanics; Wave-particle duality; Quantum entanglement; Cosmic redshift;
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            Abstract

            Classical mechanics describes the laws of motion in the macroscopic material world, while quantum mechanics describes the laws of motion in the microscopic material world that classical mechanics cannot explain, and achieves a highly accurate mathematical representation of the laws of microscopic physical motion. But even with such a successful theory, there is confusion about the probability wave. Therefore, this paper attempts to improve the physical definition of the conceptual basis of quantum mechanics, thus solving the confusion of quantum mechanical probability waves, and finally proposes a feasible interpretation of the wave-particle duality origin of microscopic matter particles.

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            ScienceOpen Preprints
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            14 November 2019
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            [1 ] Yunnan Institute of Modern Physics
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            10.14293/S2199-1006.1.SOR-.PPW8RRT.v1
            359e9dce-ca99-4348-a45c-200e7cd193f6

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            Quantum physics & Field theory,Theoretical physics
            Quantum mechanics; Wave-particle duality; Quantum entanglement; Cosmic redshift;

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