This book covers the following topics: Maxwell’s Equations, Electrostatic Fields, Potential Theory, Magnetostatic
Fields, Magnetostatics in Magnetic Media, Wave Propagation in Uniform
Dielectric Media, Wave Propagation in Inhomogeneous Dielectric Media,
Radiation and Scattering, Resonant Cavities and Waveguides, Multipole
Expansion, Relativity and Electromagnetism.
The topics discussed
in this lecture notes include: Probability Amplitudes and Quantum States,
Operators and Observables, Position and Momentum Representations,Time Evolution
in Quantum Mechanics,Wave mechanics, Harmonic Oscillators,Transformations and
Symmetries,Heisenberg picture and Heisenberg equation of motion, Rotational
invariance and angular momentum as a good quantum number,Position representation
and angular momentum, Angular momentum and magnetic moments,Spin and total
angular momentum,QM systems composed of two parts, Product States vs entangled
states, Addition of angular momenta, EPR experiment and Bell inequalities,
Position representation, Energy eigenvalues and emission spectra of hydrogen,
Explicit form of the wave functions.
Author(s): F.H.L. Essler, The Rudolf
Peierls Centre for Theoretical Physics, Oxford University
lecture note explains the following topics: Classical Mechanics, Abstract vector
spaces, Functions as vectors, Postulates of Quantum Mechanics, The Wavefunction,
The Uncertainty Principle, Scattering Theory, Stationary States, Angular
Momentum, The Hydrogen Atom, Spin.
This note explains the following topics:
The Classical State, Historical Origins of Quantum Mechanics, The Wave-like
Behaviour of Electrons, Energy and Uncertainty, Quantum State, Operators and
Observations, Rectangular Potentials, The Harmonic Oscillator, Spectrum of
Angular Momentum, Aspects of Spin, Electron Spin, Approximation Methods, Quantum
Mechanics as Linear Algebra, Feynman Path-Integral Quantization.
which brought together an international community of invited authors, represents
a rich account of foundation, scientific history of quantum mechanics,
relativistic quantum mechanics and field theory, and different methods to solve
the Schrodinger equation.
This note introduces Quantum Mechanics at an advanced level
addressing students of Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry and Electrical
Engineering. It covers the following topics: Lagrangian Mechanics, Quantum
Mechanical Path Integral, The Schr¨odinger Equation, Linear Harmonic
Oscillator, Theory of Angular Momentum and Spin, Quantum Mechanical Addition
of Angular Momenta and Spin, Motion in Spherically Symmetric Potentials,
Interaction of Charged Particles with Electromagnetic Radiation,
Many–Particle Systems, Relativistic Quantum Mechanics, Spinor Formulation of
Relativistic Quantum Mechanics and Symmetries in Physics.