Lecture 5 part2

Using the symmetrizaon postulate for twofermions

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Unformatted text preview: table: –  No more than one electron can have a given set of quantum numbers •  ARer QM (Schrödinger equa?on, wavefunc?ons, etc.) –  No more than one par?cle whose wavefunc?ons are an? ­ symmetric can have a given set of quantum numbers •  ARer realizing the connec?on of symmetry with spin: –  The wavefunc+on of a many ­par+cle system is an+symmetric under the exchange of two iden+cal fermions and symmetric under the exchange of two iden+cal bosons. Using the symmetriza?on postulate for two ­fermions (electrons) If we have two electrons, each described by a set of spa?al and spin q...
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