Quantum Mechanics: Theory of Physical Problems

Course Description

In this course, GMath Physics Instructor Donny Lee gives 14 video lesson on the Theory of physical problems. Some of the topics covered are: Time Evolution of a System, "Square" Potentials, Time-Independent Schrödinger Equation, Wave Solutions, and many more.

Quantum Mechanics: Theory of Physical Problems

GMath Physics Instructor Donny Lee in Lesson 6: Unbound States: Properties of One-Dimensional Motion.

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Acushla wrote 7 years ago.
Thanks a million, Mr. Lee! Loved your lectures, great
work!


Roberto Miguez wrote 8 years ago.
I liked this whirlwind introduction of quantum postulates
and their implications.

Your use of a Ghost in The Shell image was genius.


Daniel wrote 9 years ago.
Hey man! Watching your videos on the potential step and
barrier explanations was extremely beneficial and I was very
confident on my first Quantum Mechanics test!
Now I need help with the Direct Delta Barrier!
Thanks for your help your videos are awesome!


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