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Uncertainty and Exclusion Principles in Quantum Mechanics

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Uncertainty and Exclusion Principles in Quantum Mechanics
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Publisher: arXiv.org
Number of pages: 108

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These are lecture notes for a master-level course given at KTH, Stockholm, in the spring of 2017, with the primary aim of proving the stability of matter from first principles using modern mathematical methods in many-body quantum mechanics. General quantitative formulations of the uncertainty and the exclusion principles of quantum mechanics are introduced...

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