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Quantum Quantum Mechanics For Engineering: Materials Science & Applied Physics

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  1. Apr 30, 2014 #1

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    Table of Contents



     1. Wave-Particle Duality and Schroedinger Equation.


     2. Introduction to Bound States.


     3. Rotationally Invariant Potentials: Hydrogen Atom and Beyond.


     4. Wave Packets and Uncertainty Relations.


     5. Scattering by Simple Barriers.


     6. WKB Approximations.


     7. Expectation Values and Operators.


     8. Electrons in a Magnetic Field.


     9. Beyond Hermitian Operators.


    10. Harmonic Oscillator: Full Operator Treatment.


    11. Composite Systems.


    12. Variational Principle.


    13. Expansion Principle and Matrix Formulation.


    14. Perturbation Theory, I: "Degenerate" Perturbation Theory.


    15. Perturbation Theory, II: "Non-Degenerate" Perturbation Theory.


    16. Symmetry.


    17. Electrons in Periodic Crystal Potentials.


    18. Rotational Invariance and Angular Momentum.


    19. Time-Dependent Perturbation Theory.


    20. Elements of Field Quantization.


    21. Electron Spin.


    22. Indistinguishable Particles: Fermions and Bosons.


    Appendices: Dirac …d-Function. Poisson-Distributed Events. Spherical Harmonics. Hydrogen Radial Eigenfunctions. Fourier Integral. Construction of Two Group Character Tables. Selected General References. Fundamental Constants.
     
    Last edited: May 6, 2017
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