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### ideasOfQM

Course: PH 129, Winter 2012
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195a Physics Course Notes Ideas of Quantum Mechanics 021024 F. Porter 1 Introduction This note summarizes and examines the foundations of quantum mechanics, including the mathematical background. 2 2.1 General Review of the Ideas of Quantum Mechanics States We have in mind that there is a system, which is describable in terms of possible states. A system could be something simple, such as a single electron,...

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