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1 INTRODUCTION
1 Introduction
1.1 Major sources
2 FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS
2 Fundamental concepts
2.1 The breakdown of classical physics
2.2 The polarization of photons
2.3 The fundamental principles of quantum mechanics 2 FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS
2.3 The fundamental principles of quantum mechanics
2.4 Ket space
2.5 Bra space
2.6 Operators
2.7 The outer product
2.8 Eigenvalues and eigenvectors
2.9 Observables
2.10 Measurements
2.11 Expectation values
2.12 Degeneracy
2.13 Compatible observables
2.14 The uncertainty relation
2.15 Continuous spectra
3 POSITION AND MOMENTUM
3 Position and momentum
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Poisson brackets
3.3 Wave-functions
3.4 Schr¨odinger’s representation - I
3.5 Schr¨odinger’s representation - II
3.6 The momentum representation
3.7 The uncertainty relation
3.8 Displacement operators
4 QUANTUM DYNAMICS
4 Quantum dynamics
4.1 Schr¨odinger’s equations of motion
4.2 Heisenberg’s equations of motion
4.3 Ehrenfest’s theorem
4.4 Schr¨odinger’s wave-equation
5 ANGULAR MOMENTUM
5 Angular momentum
5.1 Orbital angular momentum
5.2 Eigenvalues of angular momentum
5.3 Rotation operators
5.4 Eigenfunctions of orbital angular momentum
5.5 Motion in a central field
5.6 Energy levels of the hydrogen atom
5.7 Spin angular momentum
5.8 Wave-function of a spin one-half particle
5.9 Rotation operators in spin space
5.10 Magnetic moments
5.11 Spin precession
5.12 Pauli two-component formalism
5.13 Spin greater than one-half systems
5.14 Addition of angular momentum
6 APPROXIMATION METHODS
6 Approximation methods
6.1 Introduction
6.2 The two-state system
6.3 Non-degenerate perturbation theory
6.4 The quadratic Stark effect
6.5 Degenerate perturbation theory
6.6 The linear Stark effect
6.7 Fine structure
6.8 The Zeeman effect
6.10 The two-state system
6.11 Spin magnetic resonance
6.12 The Dyson series
6.13 Constant perturbations
6.14 Harmonic perturbations
6.15 Absorption and stimulated emission of radiation
6.16 The electric dipole approximation
6.17 Energy-shifts and decay-widths
7 SCATTERING THEORY
7 Scattering theory
7.1 Introduction
7.2 The Lipmann-Schwinger equation
7.3 The Born approximation
7.4 Partial waves
7.5 The optical theorem
7.6 Determination of phase-shifts
7.7 Hard sphere scattering
7.8 Low energy scattering
7.9 Resonances
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