Theoretical Study of Angular Momentum in Quantum Mechanics
Keywords:angular momentum, quantum mechanics
Angular momentum can simply be interpreted as the momentum of an object that rotates or rotates. Angular momentum or angular center intuitively measures how much linear momentum is directed around a certain point or often called the center point. In this paper, an analysis of angular momentum in quantum mechanics has been carried out, as well as a study of the expansion of the application of angular momentum in quantum mechanics in the form of the Clebsch–Gordan coefficient.
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