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The generalised Feynman integral


The Feynman integral is generalised so as to involve the fluctuations of vacuum, from this integral the generalised Schrödinger equation is derived and the energy spectrum for the Coulomb potential determined.

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Pardy, M. The generalised Feynman integral. Int J Theor Phys 8, 31–37 (1973).

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  • Field Theory
  • Elementary Particle
  • Quantum Field Theory
  • Energy Spectrum
  • Coulomb Potential