Index – Physics – Quantum mechanics

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5 thoughts on “Index – Physics – Quantum mechanics

  1. Anonymous

    I am going through a QM course and not having an easy time of it. Thanks for putting so much effort into this blog, Its much more comprehensive that many.
    Cheers from BC 🙂

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  2. Anonymous

    I’m new here and I like your stuff. However, some of your blogs are sequential, but the index is alphabetic. It would be nice if under a topic, say harmonic oscillator, the sub-topics were listed sequentially. Or maybe related blogs grouped into chapters.

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    1. growescience

      There are already various ways you can get posts related to a given topic. Use the ‘Search’ box in the left panel, or on the index page use your browser’s search option (Control+F on Windows). The problem indexes for the various textbooks I’m working through provide a grouping of posts into chapters. I’ve also tried to tag each post with relevant keywords, so you can do a tag search.

      Links to articles referenced in a post are to be found within that post so it shouldn’t be too hard to find a sequence.

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  3. Kazi Parvez Islam

    Sir can you please suggest few best reference books on undergraduate quantum physics and atomic and molecular physics . I know there are so many links available in the internet suggesting a lot( it’s preety confusing because it’s really a lot!!) of books. But if you give few best amongt them…it will be very much helpful.

    Thanks.

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    1. gwrowe Post author

      It depends on your background, but if you’re familiar with basic calculus and Newtonian physics, Griffiths’s book (Introduction to Quantum Mechanics – the one I’ve worked through) is excellent. At a slightly more advanced level, the book by R. Shankar (Principles of Quantum Mechanics), which I’m currently working on, appears to be good as well.
      I can’t really offer any suggestions on atomic or molecular physics as I haven’t studied those.

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