by Charles G. Torre
Publisher: Utah State University 2007
Number of pages: 156
This text will survey the foundations of quantum mechanics, basic techniques for its application to the real world, and a number of standard examples. The design of this course is based upon the assumption that you have already had a previous (undergraduate) course in quantum mechanics.
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