**Quantum Notes**

by Jed Rembold

**Publisher**: New Mexico Tech 2009**Number of pages**: 239

**Description**:

The complete set of graduate Quantum Mechanics notes: Classical Mechanics Review; Postulates of QM; Simple Problems in 1 Dimension; Wave Packets; Harmonic Oscillator and Second Quantization; Systems with N Degrees of Freedom; Classical Limit and WKB Approximation; Symmetries; Central Potential; Angular Momentum: Spin; Addition of Angular Momentum; Perturbation Theory; Scattering; Relativistic Quantum Mechanics: The Dirac Equation; Feynmann Path Integral.

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