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Does any willing to explain in detail from basics about what is this 'Spin Hamiltonian'.??

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Does any willing to explain in detail from basics about what is this 'Spin Hamiltonian'.??

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However, the simplest Hamiltonian is just

[itex]H=\frac{1}{2}\hbar \omega \sigma_z[/itex]

which is valid for a single spin 1/2 system with a level separation of [itex]\hbar \omega[/itex] in a diagonal basis.

Is this the hamiltonian you are asking about?

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