If [H,T] = 0 (where H is the Hamiltonian and T is the (antiunitary) time-reversal operator) prove that T is NOT conserved(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

This is for a homework assignment due is less than 12 hours....

I'm guessing it has to with the property of antiunitary operators: T|a> = |a'> then <a|b> = <a'|b'>* but it's late and I'm lazy

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