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Continuity Equation Versus Free Particle Flow/Flux Quantum Equations Part II
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2022
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In the literature (e.g. (1)) the Schrodinger equation is sometimes derived using classical fluid equations which follow from Boltzmann's transport equations. In particular a continuity equation and a conservation of momentum equation involving the potential dV(x)/dx are used. We have argued in Part I that the continuity equation leads to 0+0=0 for a free particle wavefunction exp(-iEt+ipx) because density is 1. Furthermore a bound quantum state also leads to 0+0=0 partly because d/dt partial

doi:10.5281/zenodo.5911762
fatcat:abuenel4jnf6zbkwswmuygeeom