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H where the subscripts of Η indicate partial derivatives. 2) ι Κ -F Κ ) , q- p. p. q. 2) in block vector and matrix notation. 3) = Η . 5) 0 1 -il 0 I denoting the NxN unit matrix, 0 the N*N zero matrix. 7) (u,u») = XCPJPJ + q qj). 3 The 41 Nuclei, Atoms, Solids In terms of ( , ) the gradient (2-8) of Η can be defined by jL (u w)| H + e £ = 0 = (H ,w). 10) u = Tv, Τ a constant matrix independent of t? We define the transformed Hamiltonian Η by H(u) = H(Tv) = K(v) . 11) ^ T*H U J = Κ , V* where T* is the transpose of T.
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Group Theoretical Methods in Physics by Robert Shar (Eds.)