n Physics 516: Quantum Mechanics I

Physics-516: Quantum Mechanics I
Winter Quarter 2013-2014

Instructor: Prof. Robert Gilmore
Physics Department
Office: 12-918
Email: robert.gilmore@drexel.edu
Phone: (215)~895-2779
Office hours: Daily, after 14:00







[PDF] Information and Syllabus


[PDF] Problem Set #1


[PDF] Problem Set #2


[PDF] Problem Set #3


[PDF] Problem Set #4


[PDF] Problem Set #5


[PDF] Stark Effect


[PDF] Time Dependent Perturbation Theory


[PDF] Problem Set #6


[PDF] Problem Set #7


[PDF] Problem Set #8


[PDF] Final Exam


[PDF] What is the Meaning of it All? Poll Results


[PDF] Quantization as an Eigenvalue Problem. I.


[PDF] Quantization as an Eigenvalue Problem. II.


[PDF] The Equivalence between Matrix Mechanics and Wave Mechanics


[PDF] The Equivalence between Matrix Mechanics and Wave Mechanics


[PDF] Quantization as an Eigenvalue Problem. III.


[PDF] Quantization as an Eigenvalue Problem. IV.


[PDF] Schrodinger and Coherent States


[PDF] Hydrogen Atom


[PDF] Coherent States


[PDF] Problem Set #2


[PDF] Problem Set #3


[PDF] Problem Set #3


[PDF] Problem Set #4


[PDF] Problem Set #4


[PDF] Problem Set #5


[PDF] Problem Set #6


[PDF] Mechanical Similarity: Sec. 10 in Landau and Lifshitz: Classical Mechanics, Addison Wesley, 1960


[PDF] Scaling in Quantum Mechanics


[PDF] Problem Set #3: Three Dimensional Oscillators


[PDF] Problem Set #3a: Oozing Into Numerics


[PDF] Problem Set #4


[PDF] Final Exam


[PDF] The Frobenius Method


[PDF] Radial wavefunctions for the hydrogen atom


[PDF] Radial wavefunctions for the hydrogen atom


[PDF] Radial wavefunctions and probabilities for the hydrogen atom


[PDF] Finite nuclear size effect


[PDF] Differential Equations (A & S p. 781)


[PDF] Differential Equations (A & S p. 781)


[PDF] Time Independent Perturbation Theory


[PDF] Hydrogen radial wavefunctions and their overlaps


[PDF] Stark Effect, Hydrogen N=4 Multiplet


[PDF] Stark Effect, Hydrogen N=4 Multiplet


[PDF] Hydrogen radial wavefunctions, Associated Laguerre polynomials, and overlaps


[.mw] Hydrogen radial wavefunctions, Associated Laguerre polynomials, and overlaps: Maple Worksheet


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[pdf] A Layman's description of Second Quantization


[pdf] A Layman's description of Second Quantization


[pdf] A Layman's description of Second Quantization


[PDF] How did Schrodinger discover Schrodinger's Equation ?


[PDF] On the Equivalence between Wave Mechanics and Matrix Mechanics,
by E. Schrodinger, 1926



[PDF] On the Equivalence between Wave Mechanics and Matrix Mechanics,
by E. Schrodinger, 1926



[PDF] Tables of Clebsch-Gordan coefficients, Condon and Shortley


[HTML] Tables of Baryons
and pointers to original sources.

[PDF] Chebyshev Polynomials


[PDF] Hermite Polynomials


[PDF] Laguerre Polynomials


[PDF] Legendre Polynomials


[PDF] Radial wavefunctions for hydrogen atoms.


[PDF] Hydrogen Atom.
The hydrogen atom is treated by 19th, 20th, and 21st century methods.

[PDF] R. P. Feynman, The Development of the Space-Time Approach to Quantum Electrodynamics, Nobel Lecture.



[PDF] R. P. Feynman, Space-Time Approach to Non-Relativistic Quantum Mechanics, Revs. Mod. Phys. 20, 367-387 (1948).



[PDF] R. P. Feynman, The Theory of Positrons, Phys. Rev. 76(6), 749-760 (1949).



[PDF] R. P. Feynman, Space-Time Approach to Quantum Electrodynamics, Phys. Rev. 76(6), 769-789 (1949).



[PDF]Y. Aharonov and D. Bohm, Significance of electromagnetic potentials in the quantum theory, Phys. Rev. 115, 485-491 (1959).



Last update: 28 February 2014