Sayan hati Asked a Question
May 18, 2020 9:47 pmpts 30 pts
Why is Schroedinger Equation not valid for relativistic particles?
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  • Ruby negi
    this is also a valid reason ..Because schrödiger's equation is itself derived from classical physics, like there we consider energy as K.E and P.E only,  where as if we will consid...
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  • Dhairya sharma
    if we will use these type of relations then sr equation would valid for relativistic particles.But we didn't use anything like that means it's for nonelastic particles.
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  • Ruby negi Best Answer
    read these pages,these will help you..
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  • Dhairya sharma
    ok dear it's not valid bcoz it is an non relativistic eqn like we didn't use any relativistic effects in eqn like mass and velocity .
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  • Abhishek singh thankyou
    When you deal with High speed ( relativistic particle) There Galilien transformation doesn't hold true, in those case, we have to apply Lorentz transformation. There is a seperate ...
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  • Dhairya sharma thankyou
    so there would be potential not force. and remember Schroedinger never derived this eqn. One day he just wrote down this equation on the basis of his personal experience and experi...
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  • Dhairya sharma
    if I replace potential by force then dimention will not match and it would be incorrect in physics and against of laws of physics so
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    Sayan hati
    tht was my previous question