Thanks a lot for your replies.I am having another doubt regarding the antisymmetry of two electrons.Electrons being fermions are antisymmetric.But does it have any sense if we are asked to create a symmetric state for them?
Again its confusing.That operator corresponds to which state?The state that is described here contains so many quantum states such as momentum spin etc..The state is a null vector represents that there cannot be any such possibility.So does it be valid for all the quantum states?
So does it mean that there exists many other possibilities than spin through which we may distinguish the identical particles?I thought the complete wave function includes only the spacial and spin parts.And as the particles get interchanged, their spacial wave functions remain symmetric and...
Hi,
Can we say that the antisymmetry in the total wave function is because of the antisymmetry in spin?The exchange of particles just deals with their spacial symmetry...so finally ends with Pauli's principle...am i correct?