# On the relation between a zero-point-field-induced inertial effect and the Einstein-de Broglie formula

@article{Haisch1999OnTR, title={On the relation between a zero-point-field-induced inertial effect and the Einstein-de Broglie formula}, author={Bernard Haisch and Alfonso Rueda}, journal={Physics Letters A}, year={1999}, volume={268}, pages={224-227} }

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