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 documentation:standard_operators:transition_operators_for_photon_spectroscopy [2018/03/27 12:24]Nadejda Bouldi Change ex,ey,ez to exn,eyn,ezn (normalized epsilon) in Akm for the dipole operator documentation:standard_operators:transition_operators_for_photon_spectroscopy [2019/04/25 16:24] (current)Miika Rasola Both sides previous revision Previous revision 2019/04/25 16:24 Miika Rasola 2018/03/27 12:24 Nadejda Bouldi Change ex,ey,ez to exn,eyn,ezn (normalized epsilon) in Akm for the dipole operator2017/02/23 17:30 Maurits W. Haverkort 2016/10/10 09:40 external edit2016/10/06 16:50 Maurits W. Haverkort created 2019/04/25 16:24 Miika Rasola 2018/03/27 12:24 Nadejda Bouldi Change ex,ey,ez to exn,eyn,ezn (normalized epsilon) in Akm for the dipole operator2017/02/23 17:30 Maurits W. Haverkort 2016/10/10 09:40 external edit2016/10/06 16:50 Maurits W. Haverkort created Line 37: Line 37: exn = ex / math.sqrt(ex^2 + ey^2 + ez^2) exn = ex / math.sqrt(ex^2 + ey^2 + ez^2) eyn = ey / math.sqrt(ex^2 + ey^2 + ez^2) eyn = ey / math.sqrt(ex^2 + ey^2 + ez^2) - eyn = ez / math.sqrt(ex^2 + ey^2 + ez^2) + ezn = ez / math.sqrt(ex^2 + ey^2 + ez^2) Akm = {{1, -1,( exn + I * eyn)/​math.sqrt(2)},​ Akm = {{1, -1,( exn + I * eyn)/​math.sqrt(2)},​