I just had this on a test, but didn't get it done so as you can imagine i was curious about it. Also, just realized you put this on here a year ago so nevermind.
Heres another link.
http://people.csail.mit.edu/tommi/papers/Jaa-nips00-tutorial.pdf
Does that definition of it include minimizing the energy W.R.T the variable 'a'? My class is just learning this now too.
[SOLVED] QM: Spin -orbit coupling: Solve [(L.S), L]
Homework Statement
Griffiths problem 6.16
Solve the following commutators (he lists a bunch but i can't get even the first one)
(a) [(L.S) , L]
(b) [(L.S) , S]
(c) [(L.S) , L^2]
there's a few more, but i think if i get the idea then...
[SOLVED] Hyperfine splitting of deuterium
Homework Statement
Calculate the wavelength of the photon emitted under a hyperfine transition in the ground state (n=1) of deuterium. Deuterium is a proton and a neutron in the nucleus, but still one electron. The spin of deuterium is 1.
Homework...
I think that you dont really have to solve for the corrected energy's. You need the new eigenkets, and then just solve for the expectation value, <x>, by taking the inner product of x and the eigenkets.
Hey, I've been reading on this site for a week of so now, and just wanted to say thanks for all your contributions. Very helpfull!
My question is, im making zinc ferrite nano-particles and i was wondering at what RPM i should set the centrifuge to, so that the zinc ferrite comes out of...