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i m tempted to believe that all the three components of angular momentum are constants of motion, but since poisson bracket of any two components of it doesn't commute with each other. hence two components of angular momentum can not act as constant of motion simultaneously. please make some logical argument. what's so special about poisson bracket. I know mathematically it's correct but please give me some physical logic.
 one year ago
i m tempted to believe that all the three components of angular momentum are constants of motion, but since poisson bracket of any two components of it doesn't commute with each other. hence two components of angular momentum can not act as constant of motion simultaneously. please make some logical argument. what's so special about poisson bracket. I know mathematically it's correct but please give me some physical logic.

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