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Quantum Mechanics III

Quantum Mechanics III

Course Highlights Quantum mechanics and much of physics have provided the foundation of modern science and technology. Quantum Mechanics III is intended to follow the Quantum Mechanics I and II. Upon completion of this course, students will gain understanding of quantum mechanics at the undergraduate or introductory graduate levels. The course is a constitution of solid-state physics, statistical mechanics, and quantum electronics. Closely related mathematical methods are also introduced: differential and integral equations, eigenfunction, and algebra. Topics include: ・Scattering theory ・Spin in relativistic quantum mechanics ・Quantum mechanics of many-particle system ・Second quantization ・Many-electron atoms ・Interaction of light and matter

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