|PHYS 326 - QUANTUM MECHANICS II|
|Office Hours:||wednesday||12:40 - 13:30||Room SA-228|
|All other times||(if available -|
call 1316 to check)
|Assistant:||Haldun Sevincli||Office: SA-207|
|Exams & Grading:||(You can prepare notes on a single sheet of paper to bring to the exam.)|
|First Exam||25%||Mar. 6, 10:40||B-205|
|Second Exam||25%||Apr. 17, 10:40||B-205|
|Final Exam||35%||May 21, 15:30||SA-Z18|
|Tuesday||10:40 - 12:30||Room SA-Z19|
|Thursday||11:40 - 12:30||Room SA-Z19|
|Thursday||10:40 - 11:30||Room SA-Z19|
|Introduction to Quantum Mechanics by Griffiths|
Homework for this week: There will be weekly homework assignments in this course. Homework is due on the Tuesday of the following week at 10:45, in class, before class starts.
You can view your grades through the Student BAIS system. You are also encouraged to discuss course related matters in the "student-forum" for this course at the same address.
|Week||Subject||ExamReview of Angular Momentum and Spin, The Stern-Gerlach experiment Addition of Angular Momenta, Clebsch-Gordan ceofficients Identical Particles, the Exchange Effect Free-electron gas, statistical properties Introductory Quantum Statistical Mechanics, the distributions Review and First Exam||#1Time Independent Perturbation Theory Degenerate Perturbation Theory Applications of Perturbation Theory More applications Mid-semester Break Review and Second Exam||#2 The Variational Principle and Applications The WKB method and Applications More Applications|