Introductory Quantum Theory
by Neil Lambert
Publisher: King's College London 2006
Number of pages: 68
From the table of contents: historical development and early quantum mechanics; wave mechanics; some simple systems; formal quantum mechanics and some Hilbert space theory; noncommuting observables and uncertainty; additional topics.
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by Tarun Biswas - State University of New York at New Paltz
The text maintains the separation of the minimal set of postulates from the mathematical techniques. At the same time close contact with experiment will be maintained to avoid alienating the physics student. Mathematical rigor is also be maintained.
by T. Haberkern, N. Deepak
Most of you will have heard the word quantum, and often wondered what it means, or what its significance is. If you wanted a simple tutorial, an introduction to quantum physics without all the hassles of mathematics, then read on.
by Paul E. Dimotakis - California Institute of Technology
Classical and wave mechanics, Schroedinger equation, quantum behavior in one-dimensional potentials, harmonic oscillator, orbital angular momentum, electromagnetic field, spin, radiation and matter, emission and absorption, and more.
From the table of contents: Introductory Principles; The Quantum Theories; The Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics; Einstein's Objections; Schroedinger's Objections; Measurement Problems; Advanced Concepts; Advanced Topics; and more.