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Chemical and Molecular Physics in Perspective Quantum Mechanics is alternative of Quantum Classical Mechanics

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Suha Sahab Abd

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The concept of quantum transition is based on the completion of a succession of time dependent (TD) perturbation theories in QM. This sequence coheres in atomic and nuclear mechanics because quantum transfers have no dynamic by nature. The kinetics of "quantum" transition, which are dictated by the coupled motions of a lightweight electrons and very massive nuclei, are inherent by nature in chemical and molecular physics, and the sequence of TD perturbation theory become unique. The dynamics problem for reference frames in the QM approach is an exception, because the electronic subsystems is "removed" from the main dynamic system and hence is not physically filled: it just produces an electromotive force wherein the nuclei oscillation.

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