Quantum Mechanics, Volume 1
Subjects include formalism and its interpretation, analysis of simple systems, symmetries and invariance, methods of approximation, elements of relativistic quantum mechanics, much more. "Strongly recommended." -- "American Journal of Physics."
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
n Light quanta or photons
ill Quantization of material systems
Correspondence principle and the old quantum theory
39 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
according algebra angular momentum assume asymptotic form calculation center of mass central potential Classical Mechanics classical particle Classical Theory coefficient collision commutation relations complete set components condition considered constant continuous spectrum coordinates corresponding Coulomb cross section deduced defined definition density operator derivative discrete spectrum dynamical variables eigenfunctions eigensolution eigenvalue problem eigenvectors electron energy equal expansion expression finite free particle given Hamiltonian Hermitean Hermitean conjugate Hermitean operator Hilbert space infinite instant integral interval limit linear combination linear operator matrix mean value measurement norm obtained orthogonal orthonormal oscillator particular phase shift phenomena photon position potential V(r precise projector properties quantization quantum number quantum system Quantum Theory radial equation region represented resonance respectively satisfy scalar product scattering Schrodinger equation solution spherical square-integrable functions stationary statistical distribution subspace trajectory uncertainty relations vanishes velocity wave function Wave Mechanics wave packet wavelength Wronskian zero