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- Author: David J. Griffiths
- Title: Introduction to Quantum Mechanics
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Contents
PART I: Theory
1.The Wave Function
1.1 The Schrodinger Equation
1.2 The Statistical Interpretation
1.3 Probability
1.4 Normalization
1.5 Momentum
1.6 The Uncertainty Principle
2.Time-Independent Schrodinger Equation
2.1 Stationary States
2.2 The Infinite Square well
2.3 The Harmonic Oscillator
2.4 The Free Particle
2.5 The Delta-Function Potential
2.6 The Finite Square Well
3.Formalism
3.1 Hilbert Space
3.2 Observables
3.3 Einenfunctions of a Hermitian Operator
3.4 Generalized Statistical Interpretation
3.5 The Uncertainty Principle
3.6 Dirac Notation
4.Quantum Mechanics in Three Dimension
4.1 Schrodinger Equation in Spherical Coordinates
4.2 The Hydrogen Atom
4.3 Angular Momentum
4.4 Spin
5.Identical Particles
5.1 Two Particle System
5.2 Atoms
5.3 Solids
5.4 Quantum Statistical Mechanics
PART II: Applications
6.Time-Independent Perturbation Theory
6.1 Nondegenerate Perturbation Theory
6.2 Degenerate Perturbation Theory
6.3 The Fine Structure of Hydrogen
6.4 The Zeeman Effect
6.5 Hyperfine Splitting
7.The Variational Principle
7.1 Theory
7.2 The Ground state of Helium
7.3 The Hydrogen Molecule of Ion
8.The WKB Approximation
8.1 The Classical Region
8.2 Tunneling
8.3 The Connection Formula
9.Time Dependent Perturbation Theory
9.1 Two-Level System
9.2 Emission and Absorption of Radiation
9.3 Spontaneous Emission
10.The Adiabatic Approximation
10.1 The Adiabatic Theorem
10.2 Berry Phase
11.Scattering
11.1 Introduction
11.2 Partial Wave Analysis
11.3 Phase Shifts
11.4 The Born Approximation
12.Afterwords
12.1 The EPR Paradox
12.2 Bell's Theorem
12.3 The No-Clone Theorem
12.4 Schrodinger's Cat
12.5 The Quantum Zero Paradox.
Appendix: Linear Algebra
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