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    A Nondispersive de Broglie Wave Packet.L. Mackinnon - 1978 - Foundations of Physics 8 (3-4):157-176.
    It is assumed that the motion of a particle in spacetime does not depend on the motion relative to it of any observer or of any frame of reference. Thus if the particle has an internal vibration of the type hypothesized by de Broglie, the phase of that vibration at any point in spacetime must appear to be the same to all observers, i.e., the same in all frames of reference. Each observer or reference frame will have its own de (...)
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    Explaining Electron Diffraction—De Broglie or Schrödinger?L. Mackinnon - 1981 - Foundations of Physics 11 (11-12):907-912.
    It is shown that the fact that an electron diffraction or interference pattern is not dependent on observer movement may be explained by de Broglie's phase waves, but cannot be explained by Schrödinger waves.
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    The Magnetoacoustic Effect and the Fermi Surface of Cadmium.M. R. Daniel & L. Mackinnon - 1963 - Philosophical Magazine 8 (88):537-552.
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    Magnetoacoustic Effects with a Parallel Magetic Field in Lead and Cadmium.L. Mackinnon, M. T. Taylor & M. R. Daniel - 1962 - Philosophical Magazine 7 (75):523-527.
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    Acoustic Quantum Oscillations and the Fermi Surfaces of Cadmium and Zinc.R. Fletcher, L. Mackinnon & W. D. Wallace - 1969 - Philosophical Magazine 20 (164):245-258.
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    The de Broglie Wave Packet for a Simple Stationary State.L. Mackinnon - 1979 - Foundations of Physics 9 (9-10):787-791.
    A simple stationary state is set up by combining the two de Broglie waves from two particles traveling in one direction with equal and opposite velocities. By considering the waves forming this state from the point of view of all possible observers moving in the same direction, it is shown that the basic standing wave pattern does not alter, but that the particle will be confined to a small region stationary relative to this pattern. This region is similar in extent (...)
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