Potential Dependent Frictional Schrodinger Equation

Ebtisam A. Mohamed, Mubarak Dirar, Ibrahim A. I. Hammad, A. Elfaki, Ibrahim Alfaki

Abstract


By treating particles as harmonic oscillator is obtained the friction energy related to the momentum. The energy and the corresponding Newtonian operator is found. This result in a new Schrodinger equation accounting for the effect of friction. This new equation shows that the energy and mass are quantized, if one treats particles as strings. The radioactive decay law and collision probability is also derived.


Keywords


friction; string; harmonic oscillator; radioactive decay law; collision probability.

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