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However, any one of the degenerate ground-state densities still determines the potential uniquely. The first part of the HK theorem needs to be modified in light of this alteration of the mapping between wavefunctions and densities. To begin, note that two degenerate subspaces, sets of ground states of two different potentials, are disjoint. E1 E2 /«: (23) For this identity to be true, the eigenstate « must vanish in the region where the two potentials differ by more than an additive constant. This region has measure greater than zero.