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1 Department of Physics

Summer 2018

Path Integrals in Quantum Mechanics

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Ans : < x1 t1 |x2 t2 >

I By rule :P

Amp = all possible amp for process to occur

X

= < x1 t1 |x2 t2 >i (1)

i

I *suppose now N holes , amplitudes < x2 t2 |x1 t1 >

X

Amp = < x2 t2 |x1 t1 >i (2)

i

I now suppose we have M screens So ,

Z

< xn+1 tn+1 |x0 t0 >= < xn+1 tn+1 |xn tn >< xn tn |xn−1 |tn−1 > ....

I Dirac Said :

i

Rt

2 Ldt

e~ t1

correspond to < x2 t2 |x1 t1 >

(4)

Thus :

< xn+1 tt+1 |xn tn > ..... >< x1 t1 |x0 t0 >

i i i

R R R

=e ~ R xS(n+1,n) e ~ S(n,n−1) .....e ~ S(0,1)

i n +1 Ldt

=e ~ x0 ∗ normalization constant

i

S(1,0)

=e ~ ∗ normalaization constant

(5)

I By Superposition of amplitude rule :

X i

< xn+1 |x0 t0 >= e ~ S(1, x)

all paths

R i

= Dx e ~ S(1, x)

(6)

Z tn

mẋ 2

S(n, n − 1) = dt ( − V (x) )

tn−1 2

mẋ 2

R tn

= tn−1 2 dt

=∆t( m2 )( xn −x

∆t

n−1 2

) (7)

Path Integreals in Quantm Mechanics

X

Amp = < x2 t2 |x1 t1 >n i

i

so

all possible ways to go through M screens, N holes set to x2 , t2

(8)

I Suppose M− > ∞, hi − > ∞ => No screens

Z

< x2 t2 |x1 t1 >= dz1 ∗ dz2 .. ∗ dzM A(x2 t2 , z1 , ..zm , x1 t)

R z =x2 t2

= z0m+1

=x1 t1 Dx A(z path)(9)

I What is A (z path)?

I the role of A(z path) is to create interference effects. Thus

expect A≡ imaginary

A= e if (path )

I what is f(path)?

I in classical => 0 limit should give you the classical path, all other

path should cancel out.

˜

R

I f should depend

R on the path, thus be an integral dx f (x) , ω if

slice path by dt f (x, t)

I f should be a scalar

I how to cancel out non-classical paths? What is classical path

?

R

I class path given by extremizing S = f dt

I Remann-Lebesque theorem says:

Z

lim dx e iaf (x) = saddle point of inegral (10)

a−>∞

1

in classical limit ~− > 0 => ~− >∞

I

I thus:

i i

R R

S dt S dt

A(z paths) = e ~ = e~

i

R

¡x2 t2 |x1 t1 >= Dz e ~ S dt (11)

R

Dirac’s Feynman’s Formalism

Z

< xn+1 tn+1 |x0 t0 >= < xn+1 tn+1 |xn tn >< xn tn |xn−1 tn − 1 >< ...|x1 t1

(12)

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