The Schrodinger equation for the complex conjugate of a ket vector is:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

d/dt<sai(t)| = -(<sai(t)|H)/(i*hcross)

How do you derive the above equation from the normal form of the schrodinger equation? I'm mostly confused by where the negative sign is coming from.

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# Schrodinger Equation for a Bra Vector

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