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The quantum number m can then assume the two values m = ^ or M = — -J; i.e.,
roughly speaking, one can say that the spin can point either "up" or "down" with
respect to the 2 axis. Example 2 Consider a system consisting of N particles ...
The quantum mechanical and classical descriptions are thus very similar, a cell
in phase space in the classical discussion being analogous to a quantum state in
the quantum-mechanical discussion. 2 * 2 Statistical ensemble In principle the ...
This description is not correct quantum mechanically, but is interesting for
purposes of comparison. Quantum mechanic* The quantum-mechanical
description is, of course, the one which is actually applicable. But when quantum
mechanics is ...
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