# “Quantum Particles” Science-Research, December 2021 — summary from Astrophysics Data System and Arxiv

## Astrophysics Data System — summary generated by Brevi Assistant

The quantum mechanical trouble of a fragment relocating in the presence of electric field and Rashba and/or Dresselhaus spin-orbit communications is addressed precisely. The presence of the SOI gets rid of the spin depravity, yielding 2 paired Schrödinger formulas for spin-up and spin-down spinor eigenfunctions. In the lack of Rashba and Dresselhaus spin-orbit coupling constants, these interconnected formulas are decoupled and decreased to 2 Schrödinger formulas for a quantum fragment relocating in a linear capacity, service of which is defined by Airy functions. We review the Schrödinger formula of a quantum fragment that is constrained on a bent surface area. A 23 1982 we locate the field formula in an easier symbols. Moreover, utilizing the supposed Monge-Gauge we build the approximate Schrödinger equation for a flat surface area with tiny changes. Training and learning of quantum physics at an additional degree is an active field of research. One vital challenge is discovering ways to promote understanding of quantum ideas without the mathematical formalism that is embedded in quantum technicians yet unavailable in the second degree. The most dominant motif in summaries of fragment wave nature was that particles exhibit wave actions in experiments, while describing the mathematical description of particles by wave functions was a much less famous motif, also amongst university students.

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## Source texts:

- https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2022SSCom.34214582S/abstract — Motion of two-dimensional quantum particle under a linear potential in the presence of Rashba and Dresselhaus spin-orbit interactions.
- https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2021PhyS.96l5245M/abstract — Quantum particle on a surface: Catenary surface and paraboloid of revolution.
- https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2021Sc&Ed.tmp.145B/abstract — Secondary and University Students’ Descriptions of Quantum Uncertainty and the Wave Nature of Quantum Particles.

## Arxiv — summary generated by Brevi Assistant

The response of electrons under linearly polarized light in Dirac materials such as borophene or graphene is examined in a constant wave routine for an arbitrary intense field. The evolution of the real and imaginary components of the wave function is translated as the trajectory of a classic charged particle under an oscillating electrical and magnetic field. We think about a quantum spinless nonrelativistic billed particle relocating in the xy plane under the action of a time-dependent electromagnetic field, described through the linear vector possible A=B-y,x/2 with 2 fixed worths of the gauge criterion α α=0 and α=1 Although the electromagnetic field coincides in all the cases, the systems with various values of the gauge criterion are not comparable for nonstationary electromagnetic fields because of various structures of caused electric areas, whose lines of pressure are circles for α=0 and straight lines for α=1. We think about a general quantum field relativistic spreading entailing 2 half spin fermions, A and B, which are at first knotted with another fermion C that does not join the spreading characteristics. We calculate the von-Neumann entropy variation prior to and after the spreading for the bit C and reveal that spin measurements in C include mathematical details regarding the overall cross section of the process. We make use of the Quantum Langevin equation as a beginning indicate research the response function, the position-velocity correlation function and the rate autocorrelation function of a charged Quantum Brownian bit in the presence of a magnetic field and linearly paired to a heat bathroom by means of position coordinate. We examine the duty of the memory time range which enters into play in the Drude model and research the effect of this additional time scale. The quantum dimension problems are talked about from a new perspective. Angular relationships of identified particles determined in ultrarelativistic proton-proton and heavy-ion collisions exhibit a variety of attributes which rely on the crash system and bit type present.

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## Source texts:

- https://arxiv.org/abs/2112.00889v1 — Dirac materials under linear polarized light: quantum wave function evolution and topological Berry phases as classical charged particles trajectories under electromagnetic fields.
- https://arxiv.org/abs/2110.04811v2 — Energy and magnetic moment of a quantum charged particle in time dependent magnetic and electric fields of circular and plane solenoids.
- https://arxiv.org/abs/2112.01300v1 — Entanglement and scattering in quantum electrodynamics: S-matrix information from an entangled spectator particle.
- https://arxiv.org/abs/2105.07036v2 — Quantum Langevin dynamics of a charged particle in a magnetic field : Response function, position-velocity and velocity autocorrelation functions.
- https://arxiv.org/abs/2111.14723v1 — Quantum fluctuations, particles, entanglement and measurements.
- https://arxiv.org/abs/2108.00678v3 — Unfolding the effects of final-state interactions and quantum statistics in two-particle angular correlations.

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