anticommute

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anticommute

[‚an·tē·kə′myüt]
(mathematics)
Two operators anticommute if their anticommutator is equal to zero.
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The minus sign is a consequence of the anticommutativity of the spin operators, which requires the use of quantum logic, rather than classical logic.