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Suppose, for example, that the system consists of atoms having nuclear spin t (
e.g., the system might be a silver spoon). Each spin can have two possible
orientations. If spin-independent interactions are very small, these two
orientations do ...
Despite their apparent innocuousness, these statements allow one to draw an
impressive number of remarkable conclusions which are completely independent
of any specific models assumed to describe the microscopic constituents of a ...
But all the variables Xi, «»,..., xn are not independent, since they are interrelated
by the condition (A- 10-2). Since one equation connects the variables, one of the
variables, say, xn, can by (A • 10 □ 2) be expressed^ in terms of the other (n ...
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