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Table Of Contents

Introduction
1.1 The photoelectric effect
1.2 The Compton effect
1.3 Line spectra and atomic structure
1.4 de Broglie waves
1.5 Wave–particle duality
1.6 The rest of this book
Problems
The one-dimensional Schr¨odinger equations
2.1 The time-dependent Schr¨odinger equation
2.2 The time-independent Schr¨odinger equation
2.3 Boundary conditions
2.4 Examples
2.5 Quantum mechanical tunnelling
2.6 The harmonic oscillator
The three-dimensional Schr¨odinger equations
3.1 The wave equations
3.2 Separation in Cartesian coordinates
3.3 Separation in spherical polar coordinates
3.4 The hydrogenic atom
The basic postulates of quantum mechanics
4.1 The wavefunction
4.2 The dynamical variables
4.3 Probability distributions
4.4 Commutation relations
4.5 The uncertainty principle
4.6 The time dependence of the wavefunction
4.7 Degeneracy
4.8 The harmonic oscillator again
4.9 The measurement of momentum by Compton scattering
Angular momentum I
5.1 The angular-momentum operators
5.2 The eigenvalues and eigenfunctions
5.3 The experimental measurement of angular momentum
5.4 General solution to the eigenvalue problem
Angular momentum II
6.1 Matrix representations
6.2 Pauli spin matrices
6.3 Spin and the quantum theory of measurement
6.4 Dirac notation
6.5 Spin–orbit coupling and the Zeeman effect
6.5.1 The strong-field Zeeman effect
6.5.2 Spin–orbit coupling
6.5.3 The weak-field Zeeman effect
6.6 A more general treatment of the coupling of angular momenta
Time-independent perturbation theory and the variational principle
7.1 Perturbation theory for non-degenerate energy levels
7.2 Perturbation theory for degenerate levels
7.2.1 Nearly degenerate systems
7.3 The variational principle
Time dependence
8.1 Time-independent Hamiltonians
8.2 The sudden approximation
8.3 Time-dependent perturbation theory
8.4 Selection rules
8.5 The Ehrenfest theorem
8.6 The ammonia maser
Scattering
9.1 Scattering in one dimension
9.2 Scattering in three dimensions
9.3 The Born approximation
9.4 Partial wave analysis
Many-particle systems
10.1 General considerations
10.2 Isolated systems
10.3 Non-interacting particles
10.4 Indistinguishable particles
10.5 Many-particle systems
10.6 The helium atom
10.7 Scattering of identical particles
Relativity and quantum mechanics
11.1 Basic results in special relativity
11.2 The Dirac equation
11.3 Antiparticles
11.4 Other wave equations
11.5 Quantum field theory and the spin-statistics theorem
Quantum information
12.1 Quantum cryptography
12.2 Entanglement
12.3 Teleportation
12.4 Quantum computing
The conceptual problems of quantum mechanics
13.1 The conceptual problems
13.2 Hidden-variable theories
13.3 Non-locality
13.4 The quantum-mechanical measurement problem
13.5 The ontological problem
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Quantum Mechanics - Modern Mevelopment 4ed - A. Rae

Quantum Mechanics - Modern Mevelopment 4ed - A. Rae

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