Formal solutions to the Schrödinger equation with the Hamiltonian H(t) being, in general, time-dependent are expressed in terms of eigenstates of a time-dependent operator Λ(t). The resulting formulae take simple forms when Λ(t) is chosen to be a conserved quantity G(t), i.e., one satisfying i∂G(t) ∂t - [H(t), G(t)] = 0. © 1995.
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