Volume 19: Pages 499-501, 2006
Vector Theory of Noncomplex Quantum Mechanics Part 2: Uncertainty Principle
A. S. Krausz 1, K. Krausz 1
1P.O. Box 1505, 42115 Netanya, Israel
In Part 1 real vector state functions were proposed for quantum mechanics analysis of probability density, dispersion, probability current density, conservation of mass, and orthonormality. Part 2 extends this to the uncertainty principle in coherence with Pauli's complex function representation. The results are identical to the Heisenberg condition. The conclusion derived in the real vector system furthers the promise that quantum mechanics may be described with real vector state functions instead of complex functions and the imaginary number.
Keywords: quantum theory in terms of real vector state function, uncertainty principle
Received: September 3, 2004; Published Online: December 15, 2008