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Angular momentum

Those who remotely study Quantum Mechanics II ;-) should notice that after the insights about the identical particles, we now discuss the angular momentum. See Fall2005-Lectures here.

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reader Minki Jeong said...

Well, I used to wonder how some professors can manage time to prepare such detailed notes for classes. Thanks.

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