Quantum dynamics of a pulsating mercury drop is investigated. It is demonstrated that the energy of the pulsating mercury drop can be quantized; therefore, it can generate electromagnetic radiation with a discrete spectrum. This allows a quantum generator and a radio-wave amplifier to be developed. The existence of a quantum solution of the classical Newton equation is caused by the nonstationarity of the potential of the corresponding type and by the Ehrenfest theorem. In this case, the corresponding solution is independent of the Planck constant. The quantum solutions of the equations of classical physics possess all attributes of quantum mechanics: wave-particle duality, uncertainty principle, superposition principle, causality principle, quantum interference, radiation with a discrete spectrum, tunneling, and spin effects.
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- Physics and Astronomy(all)