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The exciton is a quasi-particle. It can be thought of just the interaction energy between the hole and electron. This pair of particles obeys the Coulomb field and is a bound state. Much like the hydrogenic bound states, the exciton's energy is quantized through discrete levels. I suppose in the context of a many-body system, a hole will have local ...


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Given that Bohmian mechanics (better named de Broglie-Bohm or dBB theory) contains the Schrödinger equation, it contains quantum theory completely, and therefore all things which make sense in quantum theory remain meaningful. Of course, for quasiparticles nobody plans to construct trajectories. And it is also not possible to simply "watch" Bohmian ...



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