|May29-12, 08:16 AM||#1|
Different between L^2 and L in Hydrogen atom
I'm here got a small question,
what is the different between L2 and L for the hydrogen atom.
Do L2 means total angular momentum and L means angular momentum?
Given that L2=l(l+1)ℏ2 and L=(√l(l+1))ℏ
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|May29-12, 08:31 AM||#2|
L is the (magnitude of the) angular momentum. L2 is the square of L which is more convenient to work with in some mathematical manipulations.
|angular momentum, hydrogen atom|
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