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If the future implies that the particle is submitted to a measurement, the outcome is fully determined by this wave function. g. the eigenstate of some measurement device), equal to φ|ψ = dq φ∗ (q, t)ψ(q, t) . 1. 38) calculate the eigenfunctions of the momentum operator in the position representation for a single particle moving on a one-dimensional interval [0, L] when periodic boundary conditions are imposed. 2. Prove that the plane-wave states given by ψk (r) = exp (ik · r) are eigenfunctions of the translation operator T (a), generating a translation over a in conﬁguration space.
Physically, Φ2 |Φ1 represents the probability amplitude of the system to be found in a state |Φ2 when it is already in the state |Φ1 . Unlike conventional probability theory, the probability P of such an event is found to be derived from the probability amplitude simply as P = | Φ2 |Φ1 |2 . 4 Observable Quantities and Operators To each physical observable quantity or ‘observable’ A corresponds a linear and Hermitian (or self-adjoint) operator A acting upon the state vectors in Fock space. 1 Rules of the Game 37 Examples.
Generally, if Φ(r, t) is the wave function of some single-particle state |Φ(t) , then |Φ(r, t)|2 is the probability density of ﬁnding the particle at a position r when it is known to be in the time dependent state |Φ(t) . It is then intuitively clear that the charge density of the corresponding state |Φ(t) is given by (r, t) = q|Φ(r, t)|2 for a particle with charge q . 1) It is further possible to assign a current density J (r, t) to the state |Φ(t) so as to satisfy the continuity equation W.
An Introduction To Lattice Gauge Theory And Spin Systems