By Michael E. Peskin, Dan V. Schroeder
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Exp 2 s , ere Sq, the half-width of the Gaussian hump, denotes (according to "',-n9s probabilistic interpretation) the distance in which the particle is 0" ost certainly situated and hence the indeterminacy in position (64 I@ $ d2 Aq where Aq is the standard deviation). In accordance with the # asformation theory the momentum distribution is I q ~ ( ~where ) l ~ q ( p ) is "7ained by the Fourier transformation: o $ ,,d integrating, Heisenberg obtained @), f@tnote on p. 85; Pri~inosti SIutsaIMIt bllcatlons, Moscow, 1959).
Sommerfeld, "Einige grundsatzliche Bemerkungen zur Wellenmechanik," Physikalische Zeitschrift 30, 866871 (1929), esp. p. 866. 'Ref. 2-20 (p. 172). 'OW. Heisenberg, "Die Entwicklung der Quantentheorie 1918-1928," Die Natunvissemchaften 17, 490496 (1929). The Early History of the Indeterminacy Relations ( 1 , 59 concepts of the particle theory alone, do not suffice for an interpretation of the formalism. " ["Vielmehr zeigte Bohr, dass eben die gleichzeitige Beniitzung des Partikelbildes und des Wellenbildes notwendig - und hinreichend ist, um in allen Fallen die Grenzen abzustecken, bis zu denen die klassischen Begriffe anwendbar sind.
73). 'See Ref. 2-34. 4W. Heisenberg, "The development of the interpretation of the quantum theory," in Niels Bohr and the Development of Physics, W. Pauli, ed. (Pergamon Press, Oxford, 1955), pp. 12-29; "Die Entwicklung der Deutung der Quantentheorie," Physikalische Blatter 12, 289-304 (1956); reprinted in Erkenntnisprobleme der Natunvissenschaften, L. Kriiger, ed. " Although Schrodinger failed to convince Bohr and Heisenberg, who shortly before had moved to Copenhagen, the Bohr-Schrodinger debate stimulated animated discussions which continued long after Schrodinger left Copenhagen.
An Introduction To Quantum Field Theory (Frontiers in Physics) by Michael E. Peskin, Dan V. Schroeder