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96) Pauli’s additional term changes this to E = ES − e B · s, mc (97) 32 where ES is the Schroedinger energy. For a stationary solution with B × s = 0, s must be parallel or antiparallel to B and we have h ¯ B · s = ± | B |. ” However, when B is variable the vectorial nature of s becomes apparent. We can generalize (96) to arbitrary states by interpreting ρE = ∂t ψ iσ 3 ¯ hψ † . (99) as energy density. Here the energy E = E(x, t) can be a variable function, and we see that an energy eigenstate is defined by the assumption that E is uniform.

106) Substituting this into the PS-equation (81) separates the factors so that D satisfies (105) and ψS satisfies Schroedinger’s equation h = HS ψS . 16 This exact analogy with classical physics is a great help in interpreting magnetic resonance experiments, and it raises more questions about the interpretation of electron spin. Note that the factor 12 on the right side of (105) is the same factor that, following Pauli, was attributed to spin in (87) and (98). However, (105) and (101) suggest that the 12 is more correctly associated with the rotational velocity in a rotor equation.