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What is the minimum possible energy for fice (noninteracting) spin-3/2 particles of mass m in a one-dimensional box of length L?

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Write an expression for energy for a one-dimensional box of length L

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For a spin 3/2 particle, each state has a degeneracy of 2S+1, which is {2(3/2)+1}=4. Thus, the configuration for mi...

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