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Hi folks,

Let's pick a simple example, the H atom. We can calculate all spherical armonics, all quantum numbers so we are able to know which are all the possible states of the electron. We know all the values this observables can take. But the question is, let's say we have a handbook of properties from Hydrogen and we find that at temperature T, the electrical conductivity is X. What is the corresponding state of the atom at that temperature?

Let's pick a simple example, the H atom. We can calculate all spherical armonics, all quantum numbers so we are able to know which are all the possible states of the electron. We know all the values this observables can take. But the question is, let's say we have a handbook of properties from Hydrogen and we find that at temperature T, the electrical conductivity is X. What is the corresponding state of the atom at that temperature?

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