## What does spin do to a particle?

Soon the terminology ‘spin’ was used to describe this apparent rotation of subatomic particles. “Spin is a bizarre physical quantity. It is analogous to the spin of a planet in that it gives a particle angular momentum and a tiny magnetic field called a magnetic moment.

### What are spin 2 particles?

In case of quantum chromodynamics, it (gluon) mediates interaction between 2 matter particles such as up quarks. A spin 2 particle represents a quantization of spacetime itself that contains all other elementary particles. As mentioned before this hypothetical particle is known as the graviton.

**Is Bell’s theorem correct?**

But it is correct. People have gone to some trouble to set up an experiment to test Bell’s inequality without any loopholes that would allow the results to agree with quantum optics in spite of not actually violating Bell’s inequality.

**What is a spin 1/2 particle?**

In quantum mechanics, spin is an intrinsic property of all elementary particles. The spin number describes how many symmetrical facets a particle has in one full rotation; a spin of 12 means that the particle must be rotated by two full turns (through 720°) before it has the same configuration as when it started.

## How fast do electrons spin?

Drift velocity, the average speed at which electrons travel in a conductor when subjected to an electric field, is about 1mm per second. It’s the electromagnetic wave rippling through the electrons that propagates at close to the speed of light.

### Is nature a nonlocal?

Evidently nature has struck a peculiar and delicate balance: under most circumstances it obeys locality, and it must obey locality if we are to exist, yet it drops hints of being nonlocal at its foundations.

**Why do photons have spin 1?**

Photon has spin one and because photons move with the light speed only two spin projections on their momentum vector are possible ; +1 and -1. It is a property of all massless particles with spin.

**Can two spin 1/2 particles combine to form a singlet?**

$$ 2 \\otimes 2 = 3_S \\oplus 1_A $$ That is: two spin 1/2 particle can combine into a symmetric triplet or an antisymmetric singlet. Likewise, apply it 4-vectors ($r=4$) you will discover:

## What is the total spin of the two particles?

The total spin of the two particles is S=S1+S2. What are the eigenvectors of S2and Sz? Any linear combination of basis vectors are eigenvectors ofS12and S22. To find the eigenvectors of S2we therefore have to find the eigenvectors of S1·S2. In the {|++>,|+->,|-+>,|–>} basis we have What do we see by inspecting these matrices?

### Does the spin of a particle affect its quantum wave function?

The spin of a particle has a very real effect on what happens when it’s physically rotated around another, identical particle. When you rotate two particles so that they change places you find that their quantum wave function is affected.

**What is the state space of the system of two particles?**

Es= Es(1)ÄEs(2) then is the state space of the system of the two particles. Esis four-dimensional. The vectors {|i:+>,|i:->} form a basis for the two-dimensional state space of each particle. They are eigenvectors of SizandSi2. Here idenotes either particle 1 or particle 2.