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reviewed Edit and Reopen Mathematical form of the de facto repulsive “force” associated with the Pauli Exclusion Principle
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revised Mathematical form of the de facto repulsive “force” associated with the Pauli Exclusion Principle
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comment Fundamentals of atomic bonding
@user3127454: Ask that as another question!
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comment Deriving probability distributions from the Wigner distribution
I was trying to derive an "ionized population" operator. That is, I was trying to see if I could derive an operator that would give the fraction of the wavefunction in energy eigenstates with eigenvalues greater than 0 without calculating all of the eigenstates of the hamiltonian. Failing that, a way to calculate this value from the Wigner distribution itself would also be helpful.
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