The spin angular momentum of a spin 1/2 particle is given by S = √(s(s+1))ℏ. If s =1/2,(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

S= ((√3)/2)ℏ

So, if s=1 is S= √2ℏ ?

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# Spin angular momentum of a spin-1 particle

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