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The mathematics of combining quantum theory with wave motion of atomic particles is known as wave mechanics quantum theory particle motion.
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User: The mathematics of combining quantum theory with wave motion of atomic particles is known as wave mechanics quantum theory particle motion.

Weegy: The mathematics of combining quantum theory with wave motion of atomic particles is known as wave mechanics.
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User: Which scientist supplied the equations to combine wave and particle theory? Bohr Schrödinger de Broglie Chadwick

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Schrodinger supplied the equations to combine wave and particle theory.
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