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Quantum Mechanics: Problems with solutions

Problems with solutions
Konstantin K Likharev

Description

Essential Advanced Physics is a series comprising four parts: Classical Mechanics, Classical Electrodynamics, Quantum Mechanics and Statistical Mechanics. Each part consists of two volumes, Lecture notes and Problems with solutions, further supplemented by an additional collection of test problems and solutions available to qualifying university instructors. This volume, Quantum Mechanics: Problems with solutions contains detailed model solutions to the exercise problems formulated in the companion Lecture notes volume. In many cases, the solutions include result discussions that enhance the lecture material. For readers' convenience, the problem assignments are reproduced in this volume.

About Editors

Konstantin K Likharev received his PhD from the Lomonosov Moscow State University in 1969 and a habilitation degree of Doctor of Sciences from the USSR's High Attestation Committee in 1979. From 1969 to 1990 Likharev was a staff scientist at Moscow State University. In 1991 he assumed a professorship at Stony Brook University, where he has been a Distinguished Professor since 2002 and a John S Toll Professor since 2017. He has authored more than 250 original publications, 80 review papers and book chapters, 2 monographs, and several patents. He is also a Fellow of the APS and IEEE.

Table of Contents

Preface to the Series

Preface

Notation

1. Introduction

2. 1D Wave Mechanics

3. Higher Dimensionality Effects

4. Bra-ket Formalism

5. Some Exactly Solvable Problems

6. Perturbative Approaches

7. Open Quantum Systems

8. Multiparticle Systems

9. Elements of Relativistic Quantum Mechanics

10. Making Sense of Quantum Mechanics

A. Selected Mathematical Formulas

B. Selected Physical Constants


Bibliographic

Hardback ISBN: 9780750314145

Ebook ISBN: 9780750314138

DOI: 10.1088/2053-2563/aaf3a6

Publisher: Institute of Physics Publishing

Series: Essential Advanced Physics

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