Quantum Physics II

Together, this course and Quantum Physics III cover quantum physics with applications drawn from modern physics. Topics covered in this course include the general formalism of quantum mechanics, harmonic oscillator, quantum mechanics in three-dimensions, angular momentum, spin, and addition of angular momentum.

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University

MIT

Professor

Barton Zwiebach

Lectures

26 Lectures

University

MIT

Professor

Barton Zwiebach

Lectures

26 Lectures

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1. Wave Mechanics





2. Wave Mechanics (continued)





3. Wave Mechanics (continued) and Stern

Gerlach Experiment



5. Linear Algebra Vector Spaces and Operators





6. Linear Algebra Vector Spaces and Operators (continued)





7. Linear Algebra Vector Spaces and Operators (continued)





8. Linear Algebra Vector Spaces and Operators (continued)





9. Dirac's Bra and Ket Notation





10. Uncertainty Principle and Compatible Observables





11. Uncertainty Principle and Compatible Observables (continued)





12. Quantum Dynamics





13. Quantum Dynamics (continued)





14. Quantum Dynamics (continued)





15. Quantum Dynamics (continued)





16. Quantum Dynamics (continued) and Two State Systems





17. Two State Systems (continued)





18. Two State Systems (continued), Multiparticle States and Tensor Products





19. Multiparticle States and Tensor Products (continued)





20. Multiparticle States and Tensor Products (continued) and Angular Momentum





21. Angular Momentum (continued)





22. Angular Momentum (continued)





23. Angular Momentum (continued)





24. Addition of Angular Momentum





25. Addition of Angular Momentum (continued)





26. Addition of Angular Momentum (continued)