I was just wondering about Heisenbergs matrix mechanics, what does it look like? is it still usefull to solve certain problems? does anyone know a decent link that explains it properly? (I've had a look but found nothing detailed enough)(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I know Hilbert proved it was equivalent to Schroedinger's method, but sometimes 2 equivalent methods can be very different when applied to certain situations.

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# Matrix mechanics

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