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General Chemistry 110 Prof. B. C. Sanctuary Otto Maass 224 [email protected] Office hours: Part 1-Introduction Chapter 1-4, Appendices A, B, C Chemistry 110 Introduction 1
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Who am I? Chemistry home page: http://www.chemistry.mcgill.ca/directory/people.php?p=3 2&n=Sanctuary&t=chemphys Group home page: http://sanctuary-group.mcgill.ca/ Yahoo answers: http://answers.yahoo.com/activity;_ylt=ArFwWVPUSpwfM obmwwH3vsPsy6IX;_ylv=3?show=DI1xA84aaa&view=public Ezine articles: http://ezinearticles.com/?expert=Bryan_Sanctuary Chemistry 110 Introduction 2
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Who am I? Bryan’s Quantum Blog: http://quantummechanics.mchmultimedia.com/ MCH Store and freeware: http://www.mchmultimedia.com Chemistry 110 Introduction 3
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Who am I? Chemistry 110 Introduction 4
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Foundations of quantum mechanics Pauli Exclusion Principle: makes matter rigid. Chemistry 110 Introduction 5
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Foundations of quantum mechanics Pauli Exclusion Principle: makes matter rigid. Singlet state Chemistry 110 Introduction 6
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Worked on Nuclear Magnetic Resonance until 1999. Chemistry 110 Introduction 7
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Worked on Nuclear Magnetic Resonance until 1999. CW pulsed FT-NMR 2D NMR multi- dimensional NMR MRI Chemistry 110 Introduction 8
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Chemistry 110 Introduction Where does quantum fit? Cosmology —the universe—not fully understood. Earth —classical mechanics—Naïve Realism Microscopic —Quantum mechanics—a Statistical theory of measurement (from Planck’s constant down to the quantum noise.)—Empiricist view. Quantum noise —sub-quantum mechanics beyond measurement with objective reality. Does it exist? 9
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“Is quantum mechanics complete?” Einstein said no: “God does not role dice.” Bohr said yes: Copenhagen Interpretation Chemistry 110 Introduction 10
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“Is quantum mechanics complete?” Einstein said no: “God does not role dice.” Bohr said yes: Copenhagen Interpretation Today many believe Nature Is non-local. Chemistry 110 Introduction 11
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N S A spin 1/2 Chemistry 110 Introduction 12
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N S A spin can point in the opposite direction so we say that a spin is either up or down. A spin 1/2 Chemistry 110 Introduction 13
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N S A spin 1/2 Chemistry 110 Introduction 14
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S N A spin 1/2 Chemistry 110 Introduction 15
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S N Entanglement: Schrödinger 1936: “Entanglement is not “a” property of quantum mechanics, but “the” property”. N S A singlet state Chemistry 110 Introduction 16
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N S Entanglement: Schrödinger 1936: “Entanglement is not “a” property of quantum mechanics, but “the” property”. S N A singlet state z Chemistry 110 Introduction 17
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