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C) Write a Hamiltonian function representing an electron in the presence of a stationarypositive point charge. Clearly justify your function.A) Describe the similarities and differences between the three equivalent ways of representinga system using classical mechanics

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C) Write a Hamiltonian function representing an electron in the presence of a stationary
positive point charge. Clearly justify your function.
A) Describe the similarities and differences between the three equivalent ways of representing
a system using classical mechanics
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C) Write a Hamiltonian function representing an electron in the presence of a stationary positive point charge. Clearly justify your function. A) Describe the similarities and differences between the three equivalent ways of representing a system using classical mechanics

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Hamiltonian function: It represents the total energy of the system.

Now, total energy can be further divided into kinetic and potential energy.

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Therefore,

H= T + U

Where,

H= Hamiltonian function (describes total energy)

T = kinetic energy

U = potential energy

Step 3

As we know, for an electron in presence...

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