Confinamiento y entrelazamiento espacial: la fenomenología de un nuevo principio de interferencia
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Castañeda, R. E. (2022). Confinamiento y entrelazamiento espacial: la fenomenología de un nuevo principio de interferencia. Revista de la Academia Colombiana de Ciencias Exactas, Físicas y Naturales. Recuperado a partir de https://raccefyn.co/index.php/raccefyn/article/view/1695

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Recientemente se reportó el novedoso principio de confinamiento en pozos lorentzianos espacialmente estructurados para describir, de manera unificada, la interferencia de ondas clásicas y partículas cuánticas singulares en un marco causal en el espacio ordinario. La fenomenología derivada de este principio ofrece ventajas significativas frente a las formulaciones clásica y cuántica convencionales de la interferencia fundadas en la  superposición de ondas. En este artículo se presenta un análisis conceptual de dicho principio y sus principales implicaciones, indicando sus diferencias fundamentales con la descripción estándar.

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Interferencia | Difracción | Potencial geométrico | Confinamiento | Entrelazamiento
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