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Nodal Points in Bohmian Mechanics
Soliton Trajectories According to Bohmian Quantum Mechanics
The sp Hybrid Orbital in Bohmian Mechanics
The Perturbed Double-Slit Experiment in Bohmian Mechanics
The Three-Dimensional Isotonic Potential in Bohmian Mechanics
Ontology of the One-Dimensional Wavefunction in Bohmian Mechanics
Bohmian Quantum Trajectories for Coherent States of the Pöschl-Teller Potential
The Talbot Carpet in the Causal Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics
3D Quantum Trajectory for a Particle in a Harmonic Potential
Causal Interpretation of the Double-Slit Experiment in Quantum Theory
Simple Chaotic Motion of Quantum Particles According to the Causal Interpretation of Quantum Theory
Continuous Transition between Classical and Bohm Quantum Pictures for Young's Interference Experiment
The Which-Way Experiment and the Conditional Wavefunction
Two-Soliton Collision for the Gross-Pitaevskii Equation in the Causal Interpretation
The Causal Interpretation of the Triangular Quantum Billiard
Three-Soliton Collision in the Trajectory Approach
The Causal Interpretation of Exciting an Atom by Absorption of Intense Light
Triple-Slit Experiment in the Causal Interpretation
Mixing of Quantum Particles Influenced by Nodal Points in the Causal Interpretation
A Wave Collapse in the Causal Interpretation of Quantum Theory
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