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This simplified treatment does not account for the fine-structure of the hydrogen spectrum. It has been shown by Dirac (22) that the assumption that the system conform to the principles of the quantum mechanics and of the theory of relativity leads to results which are to a first approximation equivalent to attributing to each electron a spin that is, a mechanical moment and a magnetic moment, and to assuming that the spin vector can take either one of two possible orientations in space. The existence of this spin of the electron had been previously deduced by Uhlenbeck and Goudsmit (23) from the empirical study of line spectra. This result is of particular importance for the problems of chemistry. [Pg.32]

G. E. Uhlenbeck and S. Goudsmit (1925) explained the splitting of atomic spectral lines by postulating that the electron possesses an intrinsic angular momentum, which is called spin. The component of the spin angular momen- [Pg.194]

The postulates of quantum mechanics discussed in Section 3.7 are incomplete. In order to explain certain experimental observations, Uhlenbeck and Goudsmit introduced the concept of spin angular momentum for the electron. This concept is not contained in our previous set of postulates an additional postulate is needed. Further, there is no reason why the property of spin should be confined to the electron. As it turns out, other particles possess an intrinsic angular momentum as well. Accordingly, we now add a sixth postulate to the previous list of quantum principles. [Pg.196]

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