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Apr
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comment $\frac{1}{\sqrt{2}}$|Independent particle Model $\rangle$ + |Strong Interaction Model$\rangle$?
Thanks Anna that was insightful.
Apr
28
accepted $\frac{1}{\sqrt{2}}$|Independent particle Model $\rangle$ + |Strong Interaction Model$\rangle$?
Apr
27
comment $\frac{1}{\sqrt{2}}$|Independent particle Model $\rangle$ + |Strong Interaction Model$\rangle$?
@David if you have ideas feel free to edit ;)
Apr
27
comment Which Mechanics book is the best for beginner in math major?
Although I have answered, I think this might be a sub duplicate of a more general question either here or on math.se If someone remembers they must link it as it had lots of references.
Apr
27
answered Which Mechanics book is the best for beginner in math major?
Apr
26
revised $\frac{1}{\sqrt{2}}$|Independent particle Model $\rangle$ + |Strong Interaction Model$\rangle$?
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Apr
26
asked $\frac{1}{\sqrt{2}}$|Independent particle Model $\rangle$ + |Strong Interaction Model$\rangle$?
Apr
26
comment Is there a direct physical interpretation for the complex wavefunction?
There is a significant overlap of this question with one I asked earlier. You might want to look at some of the answers in physics.stackexchange.com/q/8062
Apr
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revised How do I correctly interpret $\rho = \psi_1^* \psi_2$?
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revised How do I correctly interpret $\rho = \psi_1^* \psi_2$?
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revised How do I correctly interpret $\rho = \psi_1^* \psi_2$?
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Apr
25
comment How do I correctly interpret $\rho = \psi_1^* \psi_2$?
One clarification needed though, what do you mean by: " transition amplitudes can be written as an integral of a local quantity".
Apr
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Apr
24
comment Lattice Yang-Mills
This is very interesting, mainly because I learnt of the $D>4$ when my stat mech prof taught us the Ginzburg criterion, and did a procedure of when fluctuations can be neglected in mean field theories. Yet I am not familiar with the context of this Q/A (you start with action of the Lattice Yang Mills)... can you just drop a line on what connects? THanks.
Apr
23
accepted About the complex nature of the wave function?
Apr
23
revised How to think physically about basic “fields”
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asked How to think physically about basic “fields”
Apr
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awarded  Nice Question
Apr
20
comment Supergravity calculation using computer algebra system in early days
Also for the record schoonschip developed by Martinus Veltman existed