Also, the given matrix can not be seen. I think there’s something wrong in the code there.

thanks for making Hermitian matrices simpler to understand.

]]>This article is really a great help in my understanding of Hermitian operators. I just have a query on the part where you calculated the eigenvector for the degenerate states. What is the basis for selecting the values of the arbitrary variables x_2 and x_3? Is there any way of directly knowing that the values to be used leads to orthoganal vectors or is it really necessary to perform the Gram Schmidt procedure? Thank you so much and God bless you.

]]>The article you made is very nice and very comprehensible. Just want to make comment on the alignments of your equations on the latter part for a dandier view.

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