Jones and Bartlett Publishers, Inc., USA, 2008. – 437 p. – ISBN: 0763744514Quantum Mechanics and its applications are a vibrant, central part of today’s research in both experimental and theoretical physics. Designed for the one-semester course, Quantum Mechanics expertly guides students through rigorous course material, providing comprehensive explanations, accessible examples, and intuitive equations. This text’s in-depth coverage of essential topics, such as harmonic oscillator, barrier penetration, and hydrogen atoms, skillfully bridges the gap between sophomore introduction texts and lower-level graduate treatments. Students will find this user-friendly text, with numerous examples and applications, sets a solid foundation for future courses in the area of Quantum Mechanics. Brief Contents Foundations Schrodinger's Equation Solutions of Schrodinger's Equation in One Dimension Potential Wells Potential Barriers and Scattering Operators, Expectation Values, and the Uncertainty Principle The Harmonic Oscillator Schrodinger's Equation in Three Dimensions and an Introduction to the Quantum Theory of Angular Momentum Central Potentials Further Developments with Angular Momentum and Multiparticle Systems Approximation Methods Numerical Solution of Schrodinger's Equation A Sampling of Results from Time-Dependent Quantum Mechanics: Transition Rates and Probabilities Appendices Miscellaneous Derivations Answers to Selected Problems Integrals and Trigonometric Identities Physical Constants Notes and References
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