Hello, metriplectic followers and friends! I have often written about Stoney units or Planck units in this blog. Indeed, I have a complete thread about systems of units. For Stoney and Planck units, you get some basic units of S.I. … Continue reading

# Tag Archives: angular momentum

Hi, everyone! Today is not today. Elementary particles are known to fall in two species, taking for granted the Standard Model (SM): bosons and fermions. The SM bosons are photons, gluons, W and Z bosons and the recently found Higgs … Continue reading

Final post of this series! The topics are the composition of different angular momenta and something called irreducible tensor operators (ITO). Imagine some system with two “components”, e.g., two non identical particles. The corresponding angular momentum operators are: The following … Continue reading

This and my next blog post are going to be the final posts in this group theory series. I will be covering some applications of group theory in Quantum Mechanics. More advanced applications of group theory, extra group theory stuff … Continue reading