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Physics
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in the Eberly College of Science

To the best of our knowledge, this course is not offered in Fall 2017.

Credits:4
Prerequisite(s):MATH 250 or MATH 251 ; PHYS 237

Syllabus

This is the generic persistent syllabus information- there may be slight variations in actual course coverage from semester to semester.

Basic postulates of quantum mechanics, wave packets and uncertainty relations; the Schrödinger equation, structure of wave mechanics and operator methods; multi-particle systems and the Pauli Principle, angular momentum and spin; perturbation theory.

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PHYS 410 Introduction to Quantum Mechanics I in Fall 2017