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comment Which of these two different forms of spin-orbit interaction is correct?
but $\vec{p}$ is also an operator and proportional to $\vec{\nabla}$. So I would expect your RHS to be 0 (curl of grad is zero).
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comment Wave functions for 2D potential with spin interactions
yes. If it makes more sense, I am thinking of this as a scattering problem. An electron is elastically scattering from the above potential.
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comment Do spin-spin interactions break time reversal symmetry?
@Timrok, I see your point. In this paper, the opposite is assumed: arxiv.org/abs/1304.5096
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comment Why the name “optical phonon”?
why couldn't the atoms in a one-type-of-atom solid move out of phase also? Wouldn't those be optical phonons also?
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