This is an exercise course corresponding to the lecture course Quantum Mechanics II (ZUB.Q206).
Students will be able to get a better understanding by solving problems.
At the end of this course, students will be able to:
* Explain the energy spectrum of a hydrogen atom and its behavior in a background magnetic field by using Schroedinger's equation.
* Apply the variational and perturbative methods.
Schroedinger's equation, angular momentum, spin, hydrogen atom, Zeeman effect, fine structure, variational method, perturbation theory
✔ Specialist skills | Intercultural skills | Communication skills | Critical thinking skills | Practical and/or problem-solving skills |
In every class students will be given some problems and solve them.
Solution will be explained in the latter half of the class.
Course schedule | Required learning | |
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Class 1 | Schroedinger's equation in thee-dimensional space | Review the problems given in the class. |
Class 2 | spherical harmonics | Review the problems given in the class. |
Class 3 | angular momentum | Review the problems given in the class. |
Class 4 | wave equation for radial direction | Review the problems given in the class. |
Class 5 | hydrogen atom | Review the problems given in the class. |
Class 6 | angular momentum algebra | Review the problems given in the class. |
Class 7 | spin | Review the problems given in the class. |
Class 8 | 電磁場と荷電粒子の相互作用を理解する | Review the problems given in the class. |
Class 9 | product of angular momenta | Review the problems given in the class. |
Class 10 | fine structure | Review the problems given in the class. |
Class 11 | time independent perturbation theory for nondegenerate case | Review the problems given in the class. |
Class 12 | time independent perturbation theory for degenerate case | Review the problems given in the class. |
Class 13 | time dependent perturbation theory | Review the problems given in the class. |
Class 14 | variational method | Review the problems given in the class. |
Class 15 | Summary | Review the problems given in the class. |
Not required
Not required
Evaluated by submitted homeworks.
Enrollment in Quantum Mechanics II (ZUB.Q206) is strongly recommended.