Physics 237, Spring 2012.

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Quantum Mechanics of Physical Systems

Introduction to quantum mechanics with emphasis on applications to physical systems. Includes Schroedinger theory; solutions to the one-dimentional Schroedinger equation; the hydrogen atom; and selected applications from atomic and molecular physics; quantum statistics; lasers; solids; nuclei; and elementary particles.

The picture on the left show Max Planck, who is considered by many the father of quantum physics.

This course meets every Tuesday and Thursday between 12.30 pm and 1.45 pm in Morey 525. See you there!

 

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