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Elementary Nonrelativistic Quantum Mechanics

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Elementary Nonrelativistic Quantum Mechanics
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Publisher: arXiv
Number of pages: 160

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This is a graduate course on elementary quantum mechanics written for the benefit of undergraduate and graduate students. The topics included refer to the postulates of quantum mechanics, one-dimensional barriers and wells, angular momentum and spin, WKB method, harmonic oscillator, hydrogen atom, quantum scattering, and partial waves.

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