by Ferdi Aryasetiawan
Publisher: University of Lund 1997
Number of pages: 140
The course deals with basic Group Theory and its application to problems in atomic physics, molecular physics, solid state physics, and particle physics. From the table of contents: Abstract Group Theory; Theory of Group Representations; Group Theory in Quantum Mechanics; Lie Groups; Atomic Physics; The Group SU2: Isospin; The Point Groups; The Group SU3.
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