# Generalized momentum equation of quantum mechanics

@article{Wang2016GeneralizedME, title={Generalized momentum equation of quantum mechanics}, author={Zhong-Yue Wang}, journal={Optical and Quantum Electronics}, year={2016}, volume={48}, pages={1-9} }

Like the Planck–Einstein relation E = ℏω, de Broglie’s $$ {\mathbf{p}} = \hbar {\mathbf{k}} $$p=ħk is another fundamental equation but the universal momentum formulation should be $$ {\mathbf{p}} = \hbar {\varvec{\upbeta}} $$p=ħβ. We propose the compelling evidence (vacuum Cherenkov radiation) and a new consequence which could lead to experimental checks is also worked out.

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