The article is third in the series of three articles written under The problem of Sun-Moon-Earth.
Understanding and solving the quantum
To solve this problem, we need to invoke certain symmetries and mathematics specific to the nucleus and we have been able to solve this. But how do we know what we did is correct? Here comes the power of experiments. There have been numerous experimental observations which are able to give us some numbers of certain quantities which the experimenters can measure. Now, from our calculations and equations, we are able to calculate those quantities which are experimentally observed. If they match, then we can say that our theory and all the calculations we did are correct. In our case, this treatment yields us the experimentally correct result for the observed components of the wave function of Triton. We are able to solve the simplest nuclear quantum three body problem.
Understanding physical systems with theoretical physics
Nishchal Dwivedi is a theoretical physicist at Bhabha Atomic Research Centre and a TEDx speaker.
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