We suggest an explanation for the "rapid magnetic oscillations" (RMO) in the metallic phase of the organic superconductor (TMTSF)2ClO4. It is based on the possibility of quantum magnetic oscillations in the probability of electron-electron scattering and thus exceeds the bounds of the standard description of the magnetic oscillations in metals. The calculated RMO frequency is in agreement with experimental data. The estimated temperature and magnetic field dependences of RMO magnitude are unusual.
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