Syllabus - CHEM 550/475 AUTUMN 2011 QUANTUM MECHANICS 1 Instructor Prof David J Masiello office 323 Bagley Hall email [email protected]

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Unformatted text preview: CHEM 550/475 - AUTUMN 2011 QUANTUM MECHANICS 1 Instructor. Prof. David J. Masiello office: 323 Bagley Hall email: [email protected] phone: (206) 543-5579 office hours: Wednesday 10:30-11:30 am and by appointment Grader. Mr. Ross W. Grimshaw office: 311 E Bagley Hall email: [email protected] phone: (206) 685-7731 office hours: by appointment only Course Description. First quarter graduate-level quantum mechanics with application to atomic and molecular structure. Postulates of quantum mechanics, scattering in one dimension, particle in a box, angular momentum, Hydrogen atom, diatoms and beyond, Born-Oppenheimer approximation, rigid rotor and harmonic oscillator approximations, the many-electron problem, spin and term symbols, atomic and molecular spectroscopy. Prerequisites. Classical mechanics of point masses at the elementary college physics level. Quantum mechanics at the level of CHEM 455 (for 550 students only). Relevant mathemat- ics will be taken for granted, e.g., multi-variable calculus, ordinary and partial differentialics will be taken for granted, e....
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Syllabus - CHEM 550/475 AUTUMN 2011 QUANTUM MECHANICS 1 Instructor Prof David J Masiello office 323 Bagley Hall email [email protected]

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