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A simple proof of Floquet's theorem for the case of unitary evolution in quantum mechanics

@inproceedings{Martin2021ASP,
  title={A simple proof of Floquet's theorem for the case of unitary evolution in quantum mechanics},
  author={J. D. D. Martin and A. N. Poertner},
  year={2021}
}
We present a constructive proof of Floquet’s theorem for the special case of unitary time evolution in quantum mechanics. The proof is straightforward and suitable for study in courses on quantum mechanics. 

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