Good morning!
I have a problem in understanding the steps from vectors to operators.
Imagine you are given a vectorial observable.
In classical mechanics, after rotating the system it transform with a rotation matrix R.
If we go to quantum mechanics, this observable becomes an operator that is...
Yes sorry.. the paper I'm talking about is the original one from Fano,
U. Fano, "Effects of Configuration Interaction on Intensities and Phase Shifts", PR 124, 6 (1961).
For now I only want to study the theory to understand all the physics behind, is for this that I wrote this post!
Good evening.
I wanted to study the theory about Fano resonances. I tried to read the paper but it doesn't seem very pedagogical to me and I coudn't understand all the details. Are there any notes or any good book where I can find a more precise theoretical description?
Thank you
Ok but if this is the case, why when in a DFT calculation we use the Irreducible Brillouin Zone, we only consider K? In principle it is not enough to consider only 1/12 of the hexagon as everybody do, right?
Good evening to everybody!
I have a question concerning monolayer graphene.
In all the papers I read it is well specified that K and K' in graphene are not equivalent points, but I didn't find anywhere where is the difference between them. Can anybody tell me where this difference is coming...