[tex]\{\vec{A},\vec{B}\}\cdot \vec{C}=\vec{A}(\vec{B}\cdot \vec{C})[/tex](adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

[tex]\vec{C} \cdot \{\vec{A},\vec{B}\}=(\vec{C}\cdot \vec{A}) \vec{B}[/tex]

I want to write dyade in Dirac notation.

[tex](|\vec{A}\rangle\langle\vec{B}|)|\vec{C}\rangle= |\vec{A}\rangle\langle\vec{B}|\vec{C}\rangle[/tex]

[tex]\langle\vec{C}|(|\vec{A}\rangle\langle\vec{B}|)=< \vec{C} |\vec{A}\rangle|\vec{B}\rangle[/tex]

Why not

[tex]\langle \vec{C} |\vec{A}\rangle\langle \vec{B}|[/tex]

in last equation?

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# Dyade Dirac notation

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