Theoretical Physics III: Quantum Theory
by Peter E. Blöchl
Publisher: TU Clausthal 2013
Number of pages: 354
Contents: Particle waves; The double slit; Towards a theory; Quantum effects; Language of quantum mechanics; Representations; Measurements; Dynamics; Symmetry; Specific Symmetries; Rotations, Angular Momentum and Spin; Atoms; Approximation techniques; Relativistic particles; Many Particles.
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