It is shown that the ambiguity of canonical quantization of the Lemaître primordial atom due to a singularity in a kinetic part of the Hamiltonian and to a fact that the Hubble momentum operator does not commute with the spatial coordinate of superspace-time is not significant, nor is commutativity of the variation operation and procedure of time substitution. The fact that the quantum theory of the Lemaître primordial atom is a one-particle theory is substantiated within the quasi-classical theory.
- Quasi-classical approximation
- The Lemaître primordial atom
- The Weyl ordering rule
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- Physics and Astronomy(all)