For someone who's bored with wave mechanics, would you suggest studying Heisenberg's matrix mechanics (which was the first formulation)?
Are there any major/conceptual differences? (except one talks about waves and the other doesn't!)
And for someone who wants to study it, what books/online...
In http://nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/physics/laureates/1965/feynman-lecture.html" [Broken], he mentions this:
I'm trying to get the same result, but I'm stuck. Has anyone done this before?
I have a classical mechanics question I couldn't conclude. The reason seems to be mathematical. It's this:
There's a paraboloid shaped plane of mass M, which is standing on a frictionless surface and can slide freely. It's surface is y=ax^2. A point mass m is place on the plane. Solve the...