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Your reference may be doing the same thing: letting the notation x stand for both spin and position combined.

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Thanks very much

As i found out, there are 3 factors determining the pauli exclusion principal:

1) Particles' positions(x,y,z)

2) Particles' spins

3) Particles' energy states

Would you tell me if i am wrong?

As i found out, there are 3 factors determining the pauli exclusion principal:

1) Particles' positions(x,y,z)

2) Particles' spins

3) Particles' energy states

Would you tell me if i am wrong?

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If scientists have entangled more than two fermions, would that violate the principal?

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Excuse me; I was wrong

In fact the third part covers the two other parts.

In fact the third part covers the two other parts.

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