G. K.

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comment Degeneracies of the first excited state
Thanks, Vladimir, I have forgotten to square! :)
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comment Degeneracies of the first excited state
Thanks, @Ted. Why is (2,2,2) nondegenerate? Can't we have, say (1,2,3)? I must be missing sth here...
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comment Degeneracies of the first excited state
Thanks, Vladimir. I understand what degeneracy is, in principle. What I am unclear about is what qualifies as the first excited state -- if only one dimension is excited or whether all 3 are. Also, I don't know how many degeneracies there are.
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