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Lectures on Quantum Mechanics for Mathematicians

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Lectures on Quantum Mechanics for Mathematicians
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Publisher: arXiv.org
Number of pages: 46

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The main goal of these lectures is introduction to Quantum Mechanics for mathematically-minded readers. The second goal is to discuss the mathematical interpretation of the main quantum postulates: transitions between quantum stationary orbits, wave-particle duality and probabilistic interpretation.

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