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-In the first example we show a small script written in Quanty that works and does not require further programming. The script creates the spin, angular momentum and Coulomb operator as matrices on a many body basis. The file conf.in defines the angular momentum of the shell and the number of electrons in this shell. We recommend to understand the quantum mechanics presented in this script, i.e. why are there 15 states for two electrons in the $p$ shell, but not to look into the script ​to much. You can come back to this after example 5.+In the first example we show a small script written in Quanty that works and does not require further programming. The script creates the spin, angular momentum and Coulomb operator as matrices on a many body basis. The file conf.in defines the angular momentum of the shell and the number of electrons in this shell. We recommend to understand the quantum mechanics presented in this script, i.e. why are there 15 states for two electrons in the $p$ shell, but not to look into the script ​too much. You can come back to this after example 5.
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