## Quantum Mechanics Volume 1 |

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### Contents

Directions for | 3 |

Chapter II | 4 |

A Electromagnetic waves and photons | 10 |

B Material particles and matter waves | 18 |

D Particle in a timeindependent scalar potential | 31 |

Particle in a central potential The hydrogen atom | 33 |

Complements of chapter I | 41 |

The hydrogen atom | 47 |

INDEX | 174 |

Some atomic orbitals Hybrid orbitals | 203 |

The postulates of quantum mechanics | 212 |

The physical interpretation of the postulates concerning observables | 225 |

The physical implications of the Schrodinger equation | 236 |

VOLUME ll | 238 |

E The superposition principle and physical predictions | 252 |

Complements of chapter lll | 267 |

B Permutation operators 1377 | 94 |

BIBLIOGRAPHY | 163 |

Complements of chapter ll | 164 |

901 | 277 |

The hyperﬁne structure and the Zeeman eﬂect for muonium | 294 |

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