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Speed of a particle in quantum mechanics: phase velocity vs. group velocity
Given that one usually defines two different velocities for a wave, these being the phase velocity and the group velocity, I was asking their meaning for the associated particle in quantum mechanics. ...
Oct 23 '11 at 8:39
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