In "Introduction to Quantum Mechanics", Griffiths derives the following formulae for counting the number of configurations for N particles.
Distinguishable particles...
$$ N!\prod_{n=1}^\infty \frac {d^{N_n}_n} {N_n !} $$
Fermions...
$$ \prod_{n=1}^\infty \frac {d_n!} {N_n!(d_n-N_n)!}$$...
I can't find on any good source (such as a textbook) a precise specification about the cases when Hund's rules (especially Hund's third rule) for an electronic configuration of atom are valid (the rules help to select the lowest energy state of a configuration).
As far as I understood:
Hund’s...
Could anyone explain what a quantum field configuration is, and any relation this concept may have to the idea of a wavefunction?
Perhaps for a scalar, quantum field?
I'm struggling with the following problem:
Draw (using Haworth notation) the L-Idose
Is it chiral?
Nominate every functional group
Mark every stereocenter
Now, I tried doing the following, but I'm quite frankly confused: which one Idose is the correct (meaning the true L-) one?
Chapter 24, Question 61
Given two configurations, ##C_1##, ##C_2## of ##N## point charges each, determine the smallest value of ##N## s.t. ##V_1>V_2##.
##C_1##:
##N## point charges are uniformly distributed on a ring s.t. the distance between adjacent electrons is constant
##C_2##:
##N-1##...
Homework Statement
Find the Electrostatic potential energy of a cubical configuration of point charges as shown in the figure. Each of the charges is 5.00e and the edge of the cube is 2 cm. (The image is simply a cube with one of the points labeled q)
Homework Equations
U=kQq/r
The Attempt at...