Diffusion treatment of quantum mechanics and its consequences

Zahid Zakir[1]

Abstract

Localized ensemble of free microparticles spreads out as in a frictionless diffusion satisfying the principle of relativity. An ensemble of classical particles in a fluctuating classical scalar field diffuses in a similar way, and this analogy is used to formulate diffusion quantum mechanics (DQM). DQM reproduces quantum mechanics for homogeneous and gravity for inhomogeneous scalar field. Diffusion flux and probability density are related by Fick’s law, diffusion coefficient is constant and invariant. Hamiltonian includes a “thermal” energy, kinetic energies of drift and diffusion flux. The probability density and the action function of drift form a canonical pair and canonical equations for them lead to the Hamilton-Jacobi-Madelung and continuity equations. At canonical transformation to a complex probability amplitude they form a linear Schrödinger equation. DQM explains appearance of quantum statistics, rest energy (“thermal” energy) and gravity (“thermal” diffusion) and leads to a low mass mechanism for composite particles.

QUANTUM AND GRAVITATIONAL PHYSICS
2:013, 7 p. 01.11.2021 doi:10.9751/QGPH.2-013.7610
ISSN 2181-0486; EISSN 2181-0508
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[1]Centre for Theoretical Physics and Astrophysics, Tashkent Uzbekistan, zzakir@qgph.org, ORCID

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