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As I mentioned in the title, it is about molecular symmetry and its Hamiltonian.

My question is simple:

For any molecule that belong to a precise point symmetry group. Is the Hamiltonian of this molecule commute with all the symmetry element of its point symmetry group?

Thanks.

Konte

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# Symmetry groups of molecule - Hamiltonian

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