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Using Mathematica for Quantum Mechanics: A Student's Manual

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Using Mathematica for Quantum Mechanics: A Student's Manual
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Publisher: arXiv.org
Number of pages: 164

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This book is an attempt to help students transform all of the concepts of quantum mechanics into concrete computer representations, which can be constructed, evaluated, analyzed, and hopefully understood at a deeper level than what is possible with more abstract representations.

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