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Is the density operator a mathematical convenience or a 'fundamental' aspect of quantum mechanics?
In quantum mechanics, one makes the distinction between mixed states and pure states. A classic example of a mixed state is a beam of photons in which 50% have spin in the positive $z$-direction and ...
Oct 30 '12 at 0:48
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