Quantum Physics


Quantum of Canonical Electromagnetic Angular Momentum = $\hbar/2$

Authors: U. Kayser-Herold

\begin{abstract} It is analytically determined that the smallest theoretically possible nonzero canonical electromagnetic angular momentum $\hbar/2$ arises when an electron is inserted into one magnetic flux quantum. The analysis further reveals how magnetic flux quantization is inherently linked up with angular momentum quantization. Bohr's correspondence principle is satisfied. \end{abstract}

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