Comments for physicspages.com

This blog is for comments and reports of errors on my physicspages.com site. I will also post notifications of new articles published on the main site using this blog, so if you want  to be kept up to date, check here regularly, or else  subscribe to it for email notifications. I realize this may look like a roundabout way of organizing things, but I don’t trust WordPress with anything substantial any more.

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119 Responses to Comments for physicspages.com

  1. soroush says:

    In your solution to Shankar’s Quantum Mechanics, problem 12.03.01, equation 9 and the subsequent ones, you’re missing a factor of rho in the integrand. (The rho is also written in the question, I think it’s a typo)
    Also, I think the paragraph after equation 11 does not necessarily prove equation 12.
    Thanks for your detailed solutions!

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    • growescience says:

      Fixed now. Thanks.
      As for equation 12, in the textbook it says to show that “it is enough if \psi obeys” Shankar’s equation 12.3.6 (my equation 12), which is certainly true, since then the value of \left.\psi_{1}^{*}\psi_{2}\right|_{0}^{2\pi} in equation 11 is zero.

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