I looked in the instructor solutions, which are given by:
But I don't quite understand the solution, so I hope you can help me understand it.
First. Why do we even know we are working with wavefunctions with the quantum numbers n,l,m? Don't we only get these quantum numbers if the particles...
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Let's begin with the spin. Spin of the ##\Lambda## is ##1/2## and of the pion is ##0##:
$$ \frac{1}{2} \otimes 0 = \frac{1}{2}$$
Since I know from the homework statement that ##L=1##:
$$ \textbf{J} = \textbf{spin} \otimes \textbf{L} = \frac{1}{2} \otimes 1 = \frac{1}{2} \oplus...
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I have a question on G-parity. I know it's defined as ## G = exp(-i\pi I_{y})C ##, with ##I_y## being the second component of the isospin and ##C## is the C-parity. In other words, the G-parity should be the C-parity followed by a 180° rotation around the second axis of the isospin...
I'm working on some stuff for particle physics and I had a few questions I wanted to ask .
Heres the outline of the problem :
Establish which initial states of the ppbar system amongst 1^S_0, 3^S_1, 1^P_1, 3^P_0, 3^P_1, 3^P_2, 1^D_2, 3^D_1, 3^D_2, 3^D_3
the reaction ppbar->npi^0 can...
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I want to know how does a parity transformation affect Bloch states! I always knew that parity takes the position vector to minus itself (in odd number of dimensions), but I have read that it also takes the Bloch wave vector to minus itself but I have not found a satisfactory proof of...
It is known that vectors change them sing under the influence of parity when ##(x,z,y)## change into ##(-x,-z,-y)##
$$P: y_{i} \rightarrow -y_{i}$$
where ##i=1,2,3##
But what about vectors in Minkowski space? Is it true that
$$P: y_{\mu} \rightarrow -y_{\mu}$$
where ##\mu=0,1,2,3##.
If yes how...
I have a very simple question. Let's consider the theta term of Lagrangian:
$$L = \theta \frac{g^2}{32 \pi^2} G_{\mu \nu}^a \tilde{G}^{a, \mu \nu}$$
Investigate parity of this term:
$$P(G_{\mu \nu}^a)=+G_{\mu \nu}^a$$
$$P( \tilde{G}^{a, \mu \nu} ) =-G_{\mu \nu}^a$$
It is obvious. But what about...
Reading through David Tong lecture notes on QFT.
On pages 94, he shows the action of parity on spinors. See below link:
[1]: http://www.damtp.cam.ac.uk/user/tong/qft/qft.pdf
In (4.75) he confirms that parity exchanges right handed and left handed spinors.
Or for an arbitrary...
It’s commonly held that left and right photons interact with matter in exactly the same way, because electromagnetism “conserves parity”. But we know that P-symmetry, in our world, is generally broken. Even according to the Standard Model, when light propagates through some media, it interacts...
The spin exchange operator would have the property
$$\begin{align*}P\mid \chi_{\uparrow\downarrow} \rangle = \mid\chi_{\downarrow\uparrow} \rangle & &P\mid \chi_{\downarrow\uparrow} \rangle =\mid \chi_{\uparrow\downarrow} \rangle \end{align*}$$
This also implies ##P\mid \chi_{\text{sym.}}...
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I've been working on developing a crypto-currency called eQualityCoin for a while now and hoped someone here might be able to help me "classify" the system in a formal mathematical sense.
The system's main feature is a simple rule for how it determines a purchaser's exchange...
Suppose we have an electron in a hydrogen atom that satisfies the time-independent Schrodinger equation:
$$-\frac{\hbar ^{2}}{2m}\nabla ^{2}\psi - \frac{e^{2}}{4\pi \epsilon_{0}r}\psi = E\psi$$
How can it be that the Hamiltonian is spherically-symmetric when the energy eigenstate isn't? I was...
I found an article, titled Electromagnetic Decay of the Σ0(1385) to Λγ , in the arXiv telling that the reaction
Σ0→Λ+γ
can happen through electromagnetic interaction. However, if I examine the conservation of parity. Parity on the left side is even(P(Σ0)=+), but that on the right side is...
I would like to prove the following:
Suppose we have the diagonal matrix ##P = diag(1,\ldots,1, -1,\ldots, 1)##, with ##N_+## elements of ##1## and ##N_-## elements of ##-1## such as ##N_+ + N_- = N## and ##N_+, N_- \geq 1##.
This matrix is a non trivial parity matrix since it is not...
Let's denote ## \mathbf{p} ## and ## \Pi ## as the momentum and parity operators respectively. It's known that ## \mathbf{p} ## doesn't commute with ## \Pi ##, so they do not share the same set of eigenkets (plane wave doesn't have parity). But I just calculated that ##[\mathbf{p}^2,\Pi] = 0##...
Homework Statement
(a) The nitrogen atom has seven electrons. Write down the electronic configuration in the ground state, and the values of parity (Π), spin (S), orbital angular momentum (L), and total angular momentum (J) of the atom.
(b) If an extra electron is attached to form the N–...
Below is the extraction from quantum computer book, but I think my question is related to classical computing;
"Now let us generalize from one to multiple qubits. Figure 1.6 shows five notable multiple bit classical gates, the AND, OR, XOR (exclusive-OR ), NAND and NOR gates. An important...