by Axel Gross
Publisher: Universität Ulm 2008
Number of pages: 166
Contents: Introduction - Wave Mechanics; Fundamental Concepts of Quantum Mechanics; Quantum Dynamics; Angular Momentum; Approximation Methods; Symmetry in Quantum Mechanics; Theory of chemical bonding; Scattering Theory; Relativistic Quantum Mechanics.
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