Quantum Physics 
Quantum Physics
by NPTEL / V. Balakrishnan
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Date Added: April 11, 2009

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Lecture Series on Quantum Physics by Prof.V.Balakrishnan, Department of Physics, IIT Madras.



Topics:

Introduction to Quantum Physics.

Heisenberg's uncertainty principle.

Introduction to linear vector spaces.

Characteristics of linear vector spaces.

Functions in a linear vector space.

Linear operations in a linear vector space and their matrices.

Classical vs Quantum Mechanics.

Schrodinger equation.

Schroedinger equation in time-independent vector potential.

Path Integral Approach to Quantum Mechanics.

Probability density and probability current.

Potential wells, bound states, delta-function potentials.

Bloch theorem.

Angular momentum:

Symmetry and invariance, group theory and rotations.

Addition of Angular Momentum.

Groups SO3, SU2.

Schrodinger Equation in 3 dimensions.

Hydrogen atom.

Introduction to Scattering Theory:

Partial wave expansion,

Born Approximation, effective range approximation.

The WKB approximation.

WKB method.

Bohr-Sommerfeld quantization.

Quantum dynamics.

Exchange operator, symmetrization and antisymmetrization.

Fermions in a box at zero temperature.

The Adiabatic and Born-Oppenheimer Approximations.

Time-independent Perturbation Theory.

Time-dependent Perturbation Theory.

Symmetries in Quantum Mechanics.

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