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PHYSICS 2601 – Introduction to Quantum Mechanics Spring 2010 Instructor: Shaul Hanany Office: Physics 333 Phone: 612-626-8929 TAs : Matt Parker ([email protected]) Allan Straub ([email protected]) Christopher West (west0482@.um.edu) Lectures : W, Th, F (12:20-1:15) in Physics 131 Discussion Sessions: 002 1220-1310 M Matt Parker 003 1220-1310 M Allan Straub 004 1325-1415 M Christopher West 006 1325-1415 T Allan Straub 007 1325-1415T Christopher West Instructor Office Hours: Thursday 1:30-2:30, Rm. 333. TA Office Hours: Matt Parker Tuesday 11:00 – 12:00; room 47 Allan Straub Wednesday 2:30 – 3:30; room 57 Christopher West Wednesday 2:30 – 3:20; room 59 Course materials: Textbook (required): “Quantum Physics of Atoms, Molecules, Solids, Nuclei, and Particles”, Eisberg and Resnick, 2 nd Edition, Wiley Course Overview: Physics 2601 is an introductory course to quantum mechanics. We will discuss the motivation for the development of the theory and introduce the main concepts and their observational consequences. We will demonstrate that experiments firmly agree with the predictions of the theory. We will learn what quantum mechanics implies for the structure of atoms, molecules and solids and show some of the deep puzzles that quantum mechanics poses.
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Prerequisites: Physics 2601 requires that you have successfully completed either 1302 or 1402, have taken two semesters of calculus, and have taken ‘Phys2201 – Thermal Physics’ or an equivalent class. Communications: Please communicate any concerns, difficulties, or suggestions. Catch me after class, or come to the office hour. If you can’t come to the office hour, an occasional special meeting can be
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