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Lectures on Quantum Physics and Applications

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Lectures on Quantum Physics and Applications
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Publisher: California Institute of Technology
Number of pages: 427

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The text covers classical mechanics, wave mechanics, the Schroedinger equation, quantum behavior in one-dimensional potentials, harmonic oscillator systems, orbital angular momentum, motion in a central potential, methods of approximation, the electromagnetic field, spin, interaction of radiation and matter, emission and absorption.

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