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Discrete Spectrum. 5) has the solution eigenvectors |ψ a = 0 ∈ DAˆ ⊂ Hd . , the projector to the eigensubspace of Aˆ composed of all discrete eigenvectors |ψ a corresponding to a). 6) i where ai are different eigenvalues and π ˆ i are the corresponding projectors subject to ˆ π ˆ i = I, i π ˆiπ ˆ j = δ ij π ˆj , September 15, 2008 17:19 WSPC/Book Trim Size for 9in x 6in Elements of Quantum Mechanics IvQuantLeap˙050608 33 where Iˆ is identity operator in Hd . 7) ai ∈[a,b] and analogously for other intervals, (a, b], [a, b), (a, b) ⊂ R; if ai ∈ [a, b] =Ø ˆ = 0, by definition.

This is not the only physical difficulty. Let us consider the energy and momentum of the particle, and take for simplicity a state for which these variables have definite values. The corresponding wave ψ−function will be of the form of plane waves, ψ = exp[−i(p0 x0 − p1 x1 − p2 x2 − p3 x3 )/ ]. 16). This equation allows of negative values for the energy p0 as well as positive ones and is, in fact, symmetrical between positive and negative energies. The negative energies occur also in the classical theory, but do not then cause trouble, since a particle started off in a positive–energy state can never make a transition to a negative–energy one.

The correspondence which the existence of a description implies between the mathematics and the physics makes a wave ψ−function correspond to a state of motion of the atomic system, in such a way that, for example, a calculation which gives the transition probabilities from a particular initial state to any final state would be based on that wave ψ−function which represents the motion ensuing from this initial state. , qn , per unit volume of coordinate space (or, configuration space), at the time t.

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