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Quantum Mechanics - Lecture
Notes
March 1, 2015
Technion
Preface
The dynamics of a quantum system is governed by the celebrated Schrdinger
equation
d
| = H | ,
(0.1)
dt
where i = 1 and = 1.05457266 1034 J s is Plancks h-bar constant.
However, wh
Theoretical Physics T2
Quantum Mechanics
Course of Lectures by
Reinhold A. Bertlmann
Script written by
Reinhold A. Bertlmann and Nicolai Friis
T2Script of Sommersemester 2008
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Quantum Mechanics 1 - Homework 4
Prof. Uwe R. Fischer
from 2015-04-22 (Wed) to 2015-05-06 (Wed) 5:00 pm
Where to submit: HW box at the 1st floor, TA : Seongho Shin (sshkevin9105 at gmail.com)
1. (4 points) For 2p and 3s states of the hydrogen atom, calcul
Quantum Mechanics 1 - Homework 6
Prof. Uwe R. Fischer
from 2015-05-20 (Wed) to 2015-06-03 (Wed) 5:00 pm
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1. (7 points) In a bilinear model of the universe, the Lagrangian i
Quantum Mechanics 1 - Homework 5
Prof. Uwe R. Fischer
from 2015-05-06 (Wed) to 2015-05-20 (Wed) 5:00 pm
Where to submit: HW box at the 1st oor, TA : Ki-Hong Lee (nainom2005 at naver.com)
1. (4 points) Using WKB approximation, derive a formula for the ener
Quantum Mechanics 1 - Homework 3
Prof. Uwe R. Fischer
from 2015-04-08 (Wed) to 2015-04-22 (Wed) 5:00 pm
Where to submit: HW box at the 1st floor, TA : Myungchul Oh (gnetmage at gmail.com)
1. (3 points)
a) Show that
(
D() = exp
)
(
)
( 2
)
m
i
+
2
x e
Quantum Mechanics 1 - Homework 2
Prof. Uwe R. Fischer
from 2015-03-25 (Wed) to 2015-04-08 (Wed) 5:00 pm
Where to submit: HW box at the 1st oor, TA : Ki-Hong Lee (nainom2005 at naver.com)
1. (3 points) Find eigenvectors and corresponding eigenvalues of the
Quantum Mechanics 1 - Homework 1
Prof. Uwe R. Fischer
from 2015-03-11 (Wed) to 2015-03-25 (Wed) 5:00 pm
Where to submit: HW box at the 1st floor, TA : Seongho Shin (sshkevin9105 at gmail.com)
1. (4 points) Prove Kondos identity
[
]
A, eH = eH
eH [H, A] eH
Lectures on Quantum Mechanics
Nobel Laureate Steven Weinberg combines his exceptional physical insight with
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mechanics.
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