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Based on lectures for an undergraduate UCLA course in quantum mechanics, this volume focuses on the formulas of quantum mechanics rather than applications. Topics include the dual nature of matter and radiation, state functions, linear momentum, the motion of a free particle, Schrodinger's equation, approximation methods, angular momentum, and many other subjects. 1968 edition.
Table of Contents
I. The Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation
II. State Functions and ttheir Interpretation
III. Linear Momentum
IV. Motion of a Free Particle
V. Schrodinger's Equation
VI. States of a Particle in One Dimension
VII. Approximation Methods
VIII. Systems of Particles in One Dimension
IX. Motion in Three Dimensions
X. Angular Momentum and Spin
XI. Some Applications and Further Generalizations