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Quantum Mechanics A(2.0 credits)

Code:138
Course Type:Basic Specialized Courses
Class Format:Lecture
Course Name : Applied Physics
Starts 1 : 2 the latter term
Elective/Compulsory : Compulsory
Lecturer : Satoshi KASHIWAYA Professor 

•Course Purpose
Students lean the basic concepts and physical meaning of quantum mechanics which explains microscopic and nano-scale world. Students becomes interested in the world of quantum mechanics and master basic concept and how to solve basic equations. In the introduction, they learn a break down of the classical mechanics and necessity quantum mechanics. Solving practical problems, they study the physics and theory of quantum mechanics. The purposes of this lecture are following. 1. Students understand the basic concept of quantum mechanics and are able to explain it. 2. They can perform calculation for Schroedinger equation. 3. They understand the physics and are able to explain it. They master the fundamental ability to calculate various problems.

•Prerequisite Subjects
Mathematics 1,2 with Exercises, Atomic Physics, Mechanics and Mechanics Exercise

•Course Topics
1´╝ÄHistory of quantum mechanics
2. Matter wave
3. Schrodinger equation
4. Uncertainty relation
5. Mathematical basis
6. One dimensional square potential
7. Scattering problem in one dimension
8. Harmonic oscillator

•Textbook
Ryousi-rikigaku I: Isao Harada, Tadao Sugiyama (Kodansha)

•Additional Reading
Kisokarano-Ryoushi-Rikigaku (H. Kamimura and T.Yamamoto)

•Grade Assessment
We will evaluate by examination and reports.

•Notes
Nothing special.

•Contacting Faculty
After each lecture.

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