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2 ί ¥ £ />(/)} ^ w f e IGJ (^-ca)(y+-ca*)+^J. | ( / . - C J ( 7 + - C Ö + - ^ j . 28) We also obtain, entirely analogously, RfR} ^ 2 Ρ ( / ) | Σ I Gx\{J«-CMJt-Ct)+~>\. 30) § 3. 29), this problem reduces to the problem of obtaining bounds for D. ßX)r. 38 A METHOD FOR STUDYING MODEL HAMILTONIANS We shall move the operator (Ja—CJ successively to the left. We find D. -CJßA . . ßf,{Ji-Cl)ßZ ... ßj-)r, °'32) 7= 1 where the operator Bj is obtained if the operator ßf in the product ßh ■ ■ ■ ßf. 34) To calculate this difference, we shall examine two separate cases: We have α//α-Λα^ = ßf, = °% and ßf, = «ft· ^YtKWfafflfatf-afatf*/} = 2V Σ W){[«//*/ +β/a/Jöiz-a/Iaz/iiz + ei/a/J}.

61), will be equal to zero if they are calculated on the basis of the trial Hamilto nian Γα. 62) where the averages are of the products treated earlier. Thus, of all the products ßh · · · ßf. e. with all creation operators α^" to the left and all annihilation operators onf to the right) we shall only have to consider products «Λ · · · αΛαΛ' · · · <*/*' in which each of the indices fv . . , fk is equal to one of the indices / / , .. ,Λ'. B u t s u c h products can obviously be reduced to the form We put ±«Λ · · · αΛαΛ · · · α/*· (Vk = «£ .

29), this problem reduces to the problem of obtaining bounds for D. ßX)r. 38 A METHOD FOR STUDYING MODEL HAMILTONIANS We shall move the operator (Ja—CJ successively to the left. We find D. -CJßA . . ßf,{Ji-Cl)ßZ ... ßj-)r, °'32) 7= 1 where the operator Bj is obtained if the operator ßf in the product ßh ■ ■ ■ ßf. 34) To calculate this difference, we shall examine two separate cases: We have α//α-Λα^ = ßf, = °% and ßf, = «ft· ^YtKWfafflfatf-afatf*/} = 2V Σ W){[«//*/ +β/a/Jöiz-a/Iaz/iiz + ei/a/J}.