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Klaus von Bloh
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Ontology of the One-Dimensional Wavefunction in Bohmian Mechanics
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Bohm Trajectories for the Noncentral Hartmann Potential
Bohm Trajectories for a Special Type of a Pseudoharmonic Potential
Collision of Two Neutrons in the de Broglie?Bohm Approach
Quantum Motion in an Infinite Spherical Well
The sp Hybrid Orbital in Bohmian Mechanics
Quantum Orbits of a Particle in Spherical Coordinates in a Three-Dimensional Harmonic Oscillator Potential
Bohm Trajectories for an Isotropic Harmonic Oscillator with Added Inverse Quadratic Potential
Bohm Trajectories for the Two-Dimensional Coulomb Potential
Bohm Trajectories in an LCAO Approximation for the Hydrogen Molecule H_2
Decoherence and Trajectories Implied by a Modified Schrodinger Equation
Bohm Trajectories for a Particle in a Two-Dimensional Circular Billiard
From Bohm to Classical Trajectories in a Hydrogen Atom
Continuous Transition between Quantum and Classical Behavior for a Harmonic Oscillator
Continuous Transition between Classical and Bohm Quantum Pictures for Young's Interference Experiment
Bohm Trajectories for Quantum Particles in a Uniform Gravitational Field
Bohm Trajectories for a Particle in a Two-Dimensional Calogero-Moser Potential
Nonlocality in the de Broglie-Bohm Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics
Three-Soliton Collision in the Trajectory Approach
The Which-Way Experiment and the Conditional Wavefunction
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