Hello everybody, I have a curious excercise, there is a 1/2 spin particle in a magnetic field ##\vec{B}(t)## with ##||\vec{B}(t)||## constant, orientated in an angle ##\theta## from the ##z## axis rotating with an angular speed ##\Omega##. The hamiltonian will be(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

$$H(t)=-\vec{S}\cdot\vec{B}$$

How do I solve the Schrödinger equation for this problem?

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# 1/2 spin particle in a norm-constant magnetic field

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