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These Java applets analytically calculate Clebsch–Gordan coefficients, and 3j, 6j and 9j symbols used in the quantum theory of angular momentum.

Please note that this resource requires at least version 1.1 of Java.
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Mathematical Tools
- Series and Functions
Quantum Physics
- Spin and Finite Dimensional Systems
- Symmetries in Quantum Mechanics
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- Upper Undergraduate
- Reference Material
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© 2002 Paul Stevenson
a.m. coupling coefficients, angular momentum addition, angular momentum coupling, spin, wigner
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The paper, "Analytic angular momentum coupling coefficient calculators," describes this suite of programs.

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