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**Wave equations of spin 1,2,3,4...**

HOw could you construct wave equations of arbitrary integer (or semi-integer 1/2,3/2...) spin?...

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HOw could you construct wave equations of arbitrary integer (or semi-integer 1/2,3/2...) spin?...

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Originally posted by eljose79

HOw could you construct wave equations of arbitrary integer (or semi-integer 1/2,3/2...) spin?...

Hi E,

If you observe the spins of the isotopes (see standard table of the isotopes of the atoms), you will see that most [some have zero spin] are either even or odd numbered combinations of 1/2, which is the intrinsic spin of the electron. Cheers, Jim

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