Quantum Mechanics II University of Tsukuba
We will discuss the mathematical foundations of quantum theory with three important cases: angular momentum and spin, the harmonic oscillator, and an introduction to the physics of the hydrogen atom. Other topics covered include the density operator, the Bloch vector, and two-state systems.
The students should be able to obtain a good understanding of:？ Quantum Dynamics？ Two-state Systems？ Angular Momentum and Spin？ The Radial Equation and Operator Methods？ Addition of Angular Momentum？ Introduction to the Quantum Mechanics of Identical Particles
The education goal of this course is to help the students understand the general formalism of quantum mechanics.
Students should have completed the Quantum Mechanics I course.
There will be homework and a final exam. The final grade for the course will be based on the Final exam (50%) and homework (50%). Late problem sets will not be accepted. For conflicts that are known in advance, such as holidays or travel, arrangements should be made to turn in problem sets before the deadline. Unforeseeable circumstances such as illness or emergencies will be considered and will not affect the final grade.
When attending the lecture, students are required to take notes to gain a better understanding.
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