Investigating Multiparticle Systems
In classical physics, each element of mass, each particle, is supposed to move as a coherent body along a smooth curve through space and time. It is distinguishable from each of its neighbors, whether or not it interacts with any of them.
KeywordsWave Function Hamiltonian Operator Identical Particle Slater Determinant Spin Function
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