### Author Topic: Simulating spectrum with Hamiltonian involving one spin 1 particle in 2 spin sys  (Read 4625 times)

#### 1K

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##### Simulating spectrum with Hamiltonian involving one spin 1 particle in 2 spin sys
« on: December 16, 2012, 04:21:45 PM »
I attempt to simulate the spectrum from my Hamiltonian:

H0t[\[Beta]_] :=  2 \[Pi] 10^3 Sqrt[6]/  4 (3/5 \[Omega]d*(3 Cos[\[Beta]]^2 - 1)*opT[2, {2, 0}]* opT [1, {2, 0}] +  cf ((3 Cos[\[Beta]]^2 - 1)*opT [1, {2, 0}] +  s/Sqrt[6]  (-(3/2) Sin[\[Beta]]^2*opT[1, {2, 2}] -  3/2 Sin[\[Beta]]^2*opT[1, {2, -2}]))) ,
with SetSpinSystem[{{1, 1}, {2, 1}}].

However, it took an exceptionally long time to simulate. So I tried simulating only the part of the Hamiltonian which only involves a single spin 1 particle:

H0t[\[Beta]_] :=  2 \[Pi] 10^3 Sqrt[6]/  4 cf*((3 Cos[\[Beta]]^2 - 1)*opT [1, {2, 0}] +  s/Sqrt[6] *(3*Sin[\[Beta]]^2*opT[1, {2, 2}] +  3*Sin[\[Beta]]^2*opT[1, {2, -2}]))
and the spectrum showed that there is an additional line in the middle of the spectrum.

I then changed the spin system to SetSpinSystem[{{1, 1}}] and re-simulated this partial Hamiltonian and the middle line disappears. So I was wondering where does the middle line come from?
« Last Edit: December 17, 2012, 02:14:57 PM by 1K »