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    Commutation relation - angular momentum operator

     [L_{i},p_{j}]=i\hbar\epsilon_{ijk}p_{k}

    how to prove this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by silversand View Post
     [L_{i},p_{j}]=i\hbar\epsilon_{ijk}p_{k}

    how to prove this?
    You will find the proof in any advanced Quantum Mechanics textbook.

    eg. Here are some pages from such a book: http://books.google.com.au/books?id=...num=1#PPA83,M1
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    any

    cant find it. can you prove it for me?
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    Quote Originally Posted by silversand View Post
    cant find it. can you prove it for me?
    But have you had a chance to go to a library and look in a textbook like Mr Fantastic suggested?
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