### Lecture Description

Part 1 of a series: covering Dirac Notation, the measurable Hermitian matrix, the eigenvector states and the eigenvalue measured outcomes and application to photon polarisation

### Course Index

- Schrödinger's Equation: A simple derivation
- The Wave Function
- Double & Single Slit Experiments and Diffraction Gratings
- Solving Schrödinger for a Hydrogen Atom (cheating) - Part 1
- Solving Schrödinger for a Hydrogen Atom (cheating) - Part 2
- Solving Schrödinger for a Hydrogen Atom (cheating) - Part 3
- The reason for Quantum Mechanics - Part 1 of 3
- The reason for Quantum Mechanics - Part 2 of 3
- The reason for Quantum Mechanics - Part 3 of 3
- An Introduction to Quantum Mechanics
- Schrödinger's Equation for Free Particle and Particle in a Box (Part 1)
- Schrödinger's Equation for Free Particle and Particle in a Box (Part 2)
- Schrödinger's Equation for Free Particle and Particle in a Box (Part 3)
- Blackbody Radiation and the UV Catastrophe - Part 1 of 3
- Blackbody Radiation and the UV Catastrophe - Part 2 of 3
- Blackbody Radiation and the UV Catastrophe - Part 3 of 3
- The Einstein Podolsky Rosen (EPR) Paradox: A simple explanation
- Bell's Inequality
- Schrodinger's Cat
- Standing (Stationary) Waves
- Fermi-Dirac and Bose-Einstein statistics: Basic Introduction
- Quantum Mechanics Concepts: Dirac Notation and Photon Polarization
- Quantum Mechanics Concepts: Photon Polarization II
- Quantum Mechanics Concepts: Electron Spin
- Quantum Mechanics Concepts: Position, Momentum and Heisenberg
- Quantum Mechanics Concepts: The EPR Paradox explanation
- Quantum Mechanics Concepts: Energy Operators, the Hamiltonian and Schrodinger
- Quantum Mechanics Concepts: The Harmonic Oscillator

### Course Description

This is a great series for anyone interested in getting started with quantum mechanics. DrPhysicsA provides crystal-clear explanations to difficult physics concepts that will help you move on to more detailed textbooks on quantum physics. He provides an introduction to the principles of quantum mechanics, including Heisenberg's uncertainty principle, the wave function, Schrödinger's Equation, particle in a box, blackbody radiation, the Einstein Podolsky Rosen paradox, Bell's inequality, Dirac notation, electron spin, Fermi-Dirac and Bose-Einstein statistics, and much more.