Problems in Quantum Mechanics: with Solutions by Emilio d'EmilioProblems in Quantum Mechanics: with Solutions by Emilio d'Emilio

Problems in Quantum Mechanics: with Solutions

byEmilio d'Emilio

Paperback | September 4, 2011

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242 solved problems of several degrees of difficulty in nonrelativistic Quantum Mechanics, ranging from the themes of the crisis of classical physics, through the achievements in the framework of modern atomic physics, down to the still alive, more intriguing aspects connected e.g. with the EPR paradox, the Aharonov--Bohm effect, quantum teleportation.

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Title:Problems in Quantum Mechanics: with SolutionsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:363 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0.01 inPublished:September 4, 2011Publisher:Springer MilanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:884702305X

ISBN - 13:9788847023055

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Table of Contents

Classical Systems.- Old Quantum Theory.- Waves and Corpuscles.-States, Measurements and Probabilities.-Representations. One-Dimensional Systems.- Time Evolution. Angular Momentum.- Changes of Frame.- Two and Three-Dimensional Systems.- Particle in Central Field.- Perturbations to Energy Levels.-Spin and Magnetic Field.- Electromagnetic Transitions.- Composite Systems and Identical Particles.- Applications to Atomic Physics.

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From the reviews:"The authors of this interesting book offer a lot of problems in the field of nonrelativistic Quantum Mechanics . . The basic methods and ideas of QM are illustrated here by a carefully chosen set of problems along with their solutions given in details. . The reader will find here problems of several levels of difficulty. Some of the problems are easy, standard and just recall basic notions. . this book can be of interest to anyone that uses quantum physics in the profession." (Dimitar A. Kolev, Zentralblatt MATH, Vol. 1230, 2012)