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1 Quantum mechanics Before explaining the basic setting of quantum mechanics, let us present the basic setting of classical mechanics in a form convenient for quantization. t /. Similarly, the basic setting of Hamiltonian quantum mechanics is as follows. We have a (noncommutative) algebra A of quantum observables, which acts (faithfully) on a space of states H (a complex Hilbert space). e. an operator on H , self-adjoint, and usually unbounded). t/, 2 H , is governed by the Schrödinger equation P D iH ; h where h > 0 is the Planck constant.

3 The Levasseur–Stafford theorem 31 the Harish-Chandra homomorpism (as it was first constructed by Harish-Chandra). Recall that we have the classical Harish-Chandra isomorphism W CŒgg ! CŒhW , defined simply by restricting g-invariant functions on g to the Cartan subalgebra h. g/g on CŒhW , which is clearly given by W -invariant differential operators. However, these operators will, in general, have poles on the reflection hyperplanes. g/g ! hreg /W . 2/ it computes the radial parts of rotationally invariant differential operators on R3 in spherical coordinates.

Both parts of this theorem are quite nontrivial. The first part was proved by Harish-Chandra using analytic methods, and the second part by Levasseur and Stafford using the theory of D-modules. 17. 17. We start the proof with the following proposition, valid for any reductive Lie algebra. 5. Sg/g ! Sh/W . Proof. Without loss of generality, we may assume that g is simple. 6. Let D be the Laplacian g of g corresponding to an invariant form. D/ is the Laplacian h . 32 4 Moment maps, Hamiltonian reduction and the Levasseur–Stafford theorem Proof.