In non-relativistic QM, say we are given some observable M and some wave function Ψ. For each unique eigenvalue of M there is at least one corresponding eigenvector. Actually, there can be a multiple (subspace) eigenvectors corresponding to the one eigenvalue.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

But if we are given a set ofeigenvectors to start with, then there is always justdistinctunique eigenvalue for each of those distinct eigenvectors. There are never multiple eigenvalues associated with just one eigenvector. Is that a true statement?one

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# I Eigenvectors - eigenvalues mappings in QM

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