Lectures: March 30  June 4
When: Monday, Wednesday & Friday 10:00  11:00
Where: Lecture Room 4 & Zoom via Canvas
This is the third of a threequarter sequence of a graduatelevel
course on quantum mechanics and its applications to the microphysical world.
This quarter expands the foundations of quantum mechanics to many particle systems,
with applications to atomic and molecular structure, radiative transitions in atoms.
The theory of identical particles in quantum mechanics stretches over some of the most
peculiar and potentially important predictions of quantum mechanics,
from the Casimir's force between metal surfaces to entagled states of
identical particles.
Course Evaluation: Graded Problem Sets [25%], MidTerm Exam [25%], Final Exam [50%]


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