Hi, In the principles of quantum mechanics by P.A.M Dirac it says on page 149,(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

For dealing with an angular momentum whose magnitude is 0.5(h_bar), it is convenient to put

m=0.5(h_bar)a

how is this if (m.m)^0.5= (3/4)^0.5*(h_bar)? Thanks

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# Angular momentum

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