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For every "observable" physical corresponds a quantum operator. This operator can be represented as an infinite dimensional matrix in a Hilbert space. Only Hermitian matrices each may be quantum mechanical operators, and at the same time to an observable corresponds to a Hermitian matrix. It's correct?

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