Unformatted text preview: 1 √ 3 Y 1 ( θ, φ ) B ψ( r ) = R ( r ) √ 3 ± Y 1 1 ( θ, φ ) − Y 1 ( θ, φ ) ² (1) where r , θ , and φ are the coordinates oF the particle and R ( r ) is a given Function oF r . (a). What condition must R(r) satisFy in order For  ψ a to be normalized? (b). S z is measured with the particle in state  ψ a . What results can be Found and with what probabilities? Same question For L z and then For S x . (c). A measurement oF L 2 with the particle in state  ψ a yielded zero. What state describes the particle just aFter this measurement? 1...
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 Winter '08
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 Physics, mechanics, Shankar, Pauli spin matrices, Verify Shankar

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