I Orthonormal basis

Trying to find your Orthonormal basis

Is this correct? If not any hints on how to find

Many thanks


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It seems to me you are missing some sign in your definition of M. Otherwise notationally dubious but in essence fine.

Also, wouldn’t something like ”the black adder” sound better?
thanks Orodruin very helpful, But I think I have a better idea, I think I'm missing a sign in my definition of M :)

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