Quantum Mechanics :Through Problems

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New Age International, 2003 - 293 pages
The Importance Of Problem-Solving In Understanding The Principles And Applications Of Quantum Mechanics Cannot Be Over-Emphasized. As Such, The Book Will Be A Valuable Tool For The Students Of Quantum Mechanics. The Book Is Divided Into Two Parts. The First Part Is Composed Of 8 Chapters Entitled: Linear Vector Spaces, Quantum Dynamics, Theory Of Angular Momentum, Symmetry And Conservation Laws, Scattering Theory, Approximation Methods, Identical Particles, And Relativistic Wave Equations. Each Chapter Consists Of A List Of Problems Preceded By A Brief Write-Up On The Topic Of The Chapter. The Detailed Solutions To The Problems Are Given In The Second Part (Chapter 9) Which Is Divided Into Sections, Each Section Corresponding To A Chapter Of The Same Title. Such A Physical Separation Of The Solutions From The Problems Is Intended To Encourage Students To Attempt Their Own Solutions Before Looking Up The Solutions Given In The Book.
 

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Preface
1
IDENTICAL PARTICLES
7
QUANTUM DYNAMICS
11
THEORY OF ANGULAR MOMENTUM
25
SYMMETRY AND CONSERVATION LAWS
38
APPROXIMATION METHODS
48
Bibliography 294
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