The Wave Structure of Matter

Let consider the wave in the FER describd with the formula:

where T denotes the SUPERTIME - see previous chapter

, in FER singularities do not exist, so t' for real bodies can be expressed as a continuous function t'(r,t) . For the case of the specified observer observing a specified body in a straight trajectory, the following formula should be fulfilled:

The rest mass of the particle is equal to m0=hɷ so the equation of the wave in the FER can be written as follows:

because from definition of velocity (see chapter VELOCITY) we know that:
m0*dt/dt'= m0/cosϕ =m0/sqrt(1-V2)1/2=Energy and m0dr/dt'= m0*tgϕ=m0*sinϕ/cosϕ=m0V/sqrt(1-V2)1/2=momentum
The above equation is the wave function well-known from QM.
Hence, the abstract wave function that has been used for describing a particle in QM corresponds to the simple wave in the FER

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