## Quantum Mechanics B(2.0 credits) | |||

Code | : | 209 | |

Course Type | : | Specialized Courses | |

Class Format | : | Lecture | |

Course Name | : | Applied Physics | |

Starts 1 | : | 3 the previous term | |

Elective/Compulsory | : | Compulsory | |

Lecturer | : | Yukio TANAKA Professor |

•Course Purpose |

Quantum mechanics is applied to an electron in the central potential and hydrogen like atoms to study the energy levels and wave functions of the electron. Angular momentum and spin in quantum mechanics are introduced. Concept of identical particles is explained. Also, perturbation theory is exlpained. Students master the fundamental ability to calculate various problems in quantum mechanics. Students are strongly encoraged to master basics of quantum mechanics and apply fundamental ability to solve various problems. |

•Prerequisite Subjects |

Mathematics 1,2 with Exercises, Mechanics with Exercises, Atomic Physics, Quantum Mechanics A with Exercises |

•Course Topics |

1.Electron in a central force 2. Energy levels of hydrogen atoms 3.Shrodinger quation in the presence of magnetic field 4.Angular momentum and Spin 5.Mathmatical background of quamtum mechanics 6.Identical particles 7.Perturbation and variational method |

•Textbook |

Ryousi-rikigaku I: Harada & Sugiyama (Kodansha)
Ryousi-rikigaku II: Ninomiya & Sugino & Sugiyama (Kodansha) Ryoushi-rikigaku Okazaki (Shinbuturigaku Library) |

•Additional Reading |

Kisokarano Ryoushi-Rikigaku (H. Kamimura and T. Yamamoto)
Ryoushi-rikigaku I(Keiji Igi, Hikari Kawai, Kodansha) (Ryoushi-rikigaku Hara (Iwanami-shoten)) |

•Grade Assessment |

Written examination excercise |

•Notes |

Quantum Mechanichs A |

•Contacting Faculty |

After classroom |

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