Klein-Gordon equation in Schrödinger form

Klein-Gordon equation in Schrödinger form

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  1. merniu says:

    some aspects appear here connected with as say orof dr mircea orasanu and prof horia orasanu as followings
    ON GORDON EQUATION AND GRADIENTS
    Authors Horia Orasanu and Mircea Orasanu
    ABSTRACT
    The integrand on the left side is F, i.e. the divergence of F. Also, notice that cos(n,i), cos(n,j), and cos(n,k) are the components of the normal unit vector n, so the integrand on the right side is simply Fn, i.e., the dot product of F and the unit normal to the surface. Hence we can express the Divergence Theorem in its familiar form
    Several interesting facts can be deduced from this theorem. For example, if we define F as the gradient of the scalar field (x,y,z) we can substitute  for F in the above formula to give
    The integrand of the volume integral on the left is the Laplacian of , so if  is harmonic (i.e., a solution of Laplace’s equation) the left side vanishes

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