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To do this, it is assumed that the wavefunction is expressible as the product of two simpler functions. One function, T, depends only on the time. 24) q,(q)T(t). The expression for t/I given in Eq. 24) may then be substituted into Schr6dinger's Eq. 23). On the left-hand side, T is not affected by H because T and H depend on different variables. It may therefore be removed from the group of symbols to the right of H representing operands and placed to the left of H, becoming merely a scalar multiplier.
1. ket la). At the top, la) is an eigenket of R; at the bottom, la) is not an eigenket of R is infinity. Eigenkets are of transcendent importance in quantum mechanics for several reasons. 1. If a system is in a state represented by an eigenket of R, the magnitude of the observable physical property represented by R is a constant equal to the corresponding eigenvalue. This is one of the reasons why states represented by eigenkets are sometimes called stationary states. 1 This term should not imply that the constituent parts of the quantum systems are not moving; it means merely that the property represented by R is a constant of the motion.
6) Sometimes Eq. 6 is written without the kets: SR - RS == [S, R] = O. 7) The difference [S, R] is called the commutator of S and R. If the commutator is zero, the corresponding operators are said to commute. 3. The eigenkets of one operator R will not usually be satisfactory eigenkets for all of the other operators of interest. 9) This means that the observable physical property of the system represented by Q is not constant in states in which the property represented by R is constant, and vice versa.