Quantum Mechanics - Lecture Notes
by Eyal Buks
Publisher: Technion 2014
Number of pages: 570
Contents: Hamilton's Formalism of Classical Physics; State Vectors and Operators; The Position and Momentum Observables; Quantum Dynamics; The Harmonic Oscillator; Angular Momentum; Central Potential; Density Operator; Time Independent Perturbation Theory; Time-Dependent Perturbation Theory; WKB Approximation; Path Integration; Adiabatic Approximation; The Quantized Electromagnetic Field; etc.
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