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A new framework uniting classical and quantum physics, along with implications for the study of magnetic materials, are discussed. Features of this framework include emphasis on the SchrÃ¶dinger representation of time-dependent wave functions, which alone enables a continuous transition from classical to quantum mechanical phenomena, and the adoption of an "electron field" model, replacing the vortex ring model of the electron. Consequences for magnetics, such as in statistical thermodynamic treatment of magnetized materials and the manifest nature of the Meisner effect in superconductors, are indicated.
Date of Publication: Oct. 1985