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Time in Quantum Mechanics by Curt A. Moyer

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Time in Quantum Mechanics
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Publisher: arXiv
Number of pages: 39

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The failure of conventional quantum theory to recognize time as an observable and to admit time operators is addressed. Instead of focusing on the existence of a time operator for a given Hamiltonian, we emphasize the role of the Hamiltonian as the generator of translations in time to construct time states.

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