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Since hamiltonians are second order differential operators in the coordinate representation we can assume that n = 0,1,2 in the term RmpR. Therefore we choose the set {Ra, RbPR , RcPM and try to find a, band c such that this set of operators is closed under commutation. 4. Realizations of so(2,1) 47 [RbpR,RCP~] =Rb[PR,RC]P~+RC[Rb,p~]PR' = RC[Ra, P~]. 31 ) l , k=O [Rn,p~] = PR[Rn,PR] + [Rn,PR]PR = PR(inR n- l ) + (inW-I)PR = in(Rn- 1PR - i(n - 1)Rn-2) = 2inRn-1 PR + n(n - 1)Rn-2. 30) to obtain [R a, Rb PRJ = iaR a+b- l , [R bPR' RCP~] = i(2b - C)Rb+C-I P~ + b(b - 1)Rb+ c-2 PR' [Ra,Rcp~] = 2iaR a+c- IPR + a(a _1)Ra+c-2.

70) ""('j'm' =L "'('i'm' = (_I)i'-m'( j', 1 j){Tlj'IIVlbj)b/jlm/) L( _1)i'-m- "'('i' Q( -m qm j' 1 j) -m - q q m (T'j'11V II ,jHr/j', m + q). Only terms with j' = j - 1, j, or j + 1 contribute. In the reduced matrix elements are diagonal in the additional by , and there is no summation over ,'. 59). 5The notation (ilh mlm2ljm) is also common. 10. Exercises 39 Useful tabulations of the CG coefficients are available and they are usually expressed in terms of the 3-j symbol because of its higher symmetry properties ([ED57], [BR68]).

16) 20 Chapter 2. Commutator Gymnastics There are also several useful commutators involving p2 = pop = PJPJ and rop=xJPJ: [r,p2] = 2ip, [f(r),p2] =2ir- 1J'(r)(r op-i)+J"(r), [r op,p2] =2ip2, [r, r ° p] = ir, [p, r ° p] = -ip, [f(r),rop] =irf'(r). 10). 11) with r-1f'(r) in place of fer) to obtain pJr-1f'(r) = r-1J'(r)pJ = r- 1 + [PJ,r-1J'(r)] d J'(r)pJ - ixJr- 1dr (r- J'(r)) . 1 Substitute this result in the first term to obtain [f(r),p2] ~ (r-1J'(r))) xJ + ir-1f'(r)x;pJ = i (r- 1J'(r)pJ - ixJr- 1 = ir- 1J'(r)pJx J + r (r- 1J"(r) - r- 2J'(r)) + ir- 1J'(r)r ° p.

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