hey guys, this may be a little naive but, I can someone explain to me the physical aspect of the Hamiltonian? In the sense that if had to physically interpret its function, could I do it and if so how? Thanks
In many cases the Hamiltonian is simply the total energy. This isn't really a question about nuclear or particle physics. You might want to post in the classical physics forum instead.
hey thanks for the reply, i thought about it again.. and maybe i have an idea what it could be... but i'm going to try teh question in the classical physics forum anyways.. thanks though for the reply!