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Started by Thomas.2013.09.02 This is Thomas's logbook for September of 2013.

- 09.02
- The Hamiltonian for the electron-photon interaction is given by &tex(): Error! The expression contains invalid characters.;, in this equation &tex(): Error! The expression contains invalid characters.; is the linear momentum, &tex(): Error! The expression contains invalid characters.; is the charge of the particle, &tex(): Error! The expression contains invalid characters.; is the vector potential, &tex(): Error! The expression contains invalid characters.; is the particle's mass, &tex(): Error! The expression contains invalid characters.; is the speed of light and &tex(): Error! The expression contains invalid characters.; is the scalar potential. It is possible to check this by using the canonical equations from Hamilton, &tex(): Error! The expression contains invalid characters.; and &tex(): Error! The expression contains invalid characters.;.

From those last equations together with the following identities &tex(): Error! The expression contains invalid characters.; and &tex(): Error! The expression contains invalid characters.; With all this considered it was possible to arrive at the equation of motion of a particle under an electromagnetic field, &tex(): Error! The expression contains invalid characters.;.

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Consider the wave functions from quantum well, hydrogen atom, and solve with the electromagnetic(electron-photon interaction) perturbation.