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Hi! According to quantum field theory, must the wave function of two different fermions be antisymmetric? If I have a...
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Hi to everyone! I'm searching information about evidences of photons existence. It seems like the photoelectric...
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Hello, I have been working for a while in weak measurements and I have noticed that some physicists such as Aharonov,...
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I am aware that the most popular version of the quantum brain theory i.e. the Penrose and Hameroff version has been...
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Hi all, I'm sort of struggling to understand the difference between active and passive transformations. I'm...
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Hi , I was working on a group theory problem on CH3Cl( treating it as triangle group ). I could get the 1 electron...
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Hi there I'm reading through Valerio Scarani's "Six Quantum Pieces" and have hit an exercise which requires...
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I believe I found a solution (or a negation) to one of temporal mechanics most enduring paradox: If you travel back...
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If \hat{U}(r) = e^{\hat{A}(r)}, can we say \frac{d\hat{U}}{dr} = \frac{d\hat{A}}{dr}e^{\hat{A}(r)}?
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Hi, My textbook describes Compton scattering the following way: "...an x-ray photon...has a collision with a...
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Hi everyone. Consider the scattering amplitude and phase shift formalism for the study of scattering theory. One...
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Can one deduce from Pauli's exclusion principle (through the Slater Determinant) that two electrons with different...
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Any state analytic in energy (which includes most physical states since they have bounded energy) contains non-local...
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Forming the matrix representation of say 1><1 is no problem but how does one calculate the matrix representation of...
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Sorry if the question seems naive but if we have the Dirac delta function delta(x-y) is it the same as delta(y-x)?? Or...
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I'm wondering how one solves for the quantum harmonic oscillator using matrix methods exclusively. Given the...
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Does the quantum no-communication theorem apply to multiple particle entanglement as well? To illustrate the idea,...
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I guess this question can apply in all the generality of the 3D Schrodinger eqn. with a central force, the case I'm...
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In an explanation to distinguish the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle from the Observer Effect, on p. 89 of "Quantum...
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Hi all. At first, I'm not a physicist, I'm a programmer, and English is not my native language, that's why...
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According to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Delbr%C3%BCck_scattering " .... based on the relativistic quantum...
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In order to apply perturbation theory to the ψ_{200} and ψ_{210} states, we have to solve the matrix eigenvalue...
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hello, I was wondering how the atomic radii where calculated. I have used the formula r=\frac{a_{o}n}{z*/n*} where...
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I must admit that I have never had a great familiarity with the Dirac equation. No matter how many times I study it, I...
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