3 particles in a box with spin 1/2

by y.moghadamnia
Tags: 1 or 2, particles, spin
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May25-11, 10:49 AM
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as said in the tiltle, I have this question. I read about the two particles and the tensor product of two spaces we have, but what if they are 3? say, electrons with spin 1/2, in a box. how would we see the whole spin, the spin of the system?
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