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in a isotropic potential.

i am reading some books on Redberg atoms and i find this question not so trivial.

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in a isotropic potential.

i am reading some books on Redberg atoms and i find this question not so trivial.

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what are the classical counterparts of the quantum |nlm> states?

in a isotropic potential.

i am reading some books on Redberg atoms and i find this question not so trivial.

Roughly speaking, a classical trajectory with the same (big) angular momentum

Stricltly speaking, a classical trajectory is a superposition of the states |

Bob.

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