Modules / Lectures

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Introduction to Quantum Mechanics | Introduction to Quantum Mechanics |

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1 | Black Body Radiation I - Relevant Definitions and Black Body as cavity | PDF unavailable |

2 | Black Body Radiation II- Intensity of radiation in terms of energy density | PDF unavailable |

3 | Black Body Radiation III - Spectral energy density and radiation pressure inside a black body radiation | PDF unavailable |

4 | Black Body Radiation IV- Stephen's Boltzman law | PDF unavailable |

5 | Black Body Radiation V - Wein's Displacement law and analysis for spectral density | PDF unavailable |

6 | Black Body Radiation VI - Wein's distribution law and rayleigh - Jeans distribution law | PDF unavailable |

7 | Black Body Radiation VII - Quantum Hypothesis and plank's distribution Formula | PDF unavailable |

8 | Radiation as a collection of particles called photons | PDF unavailable |

9 | Quantum Hypothesis and specific heat of soilds | PDF unavailable |

10 | Bohr's Model of hydrogen spectrum | PDF unavailable |

11 | Wilson Sommerfeld quantum condition I - Harmonic oscillator and particle in a box | PDF unavailable |

12 | Wilson Sommerfeld quantum condition II - Particle moving in a coulomb potential in a plane and related quantum numbers | PDF unavailable |

13 | Wilson Sommerfeld quantum condition III - Particle moving in a coulomb potential in 3D and related quantum numbers | PDF unavailable |

14 | Quantum conditions and atomic structure, electron spin and Pauli exclusion principle | PDF unavailable |

15 | Interaction of atoms with radiation : Eienstien's A and B coefficients | PDF unavailable |

16 | Stimulated emmision and amplification of light in a LASER | PDF unavailable |

17 | Brief description of a LASER | PDF unavailable |

18 | Introduction to the correspondence principle | PDF unavailable |

19 | General nature of the correspondence principle | PDF unavailable |

20 | Selection rules (for transitions) through the correspondence principle | PDF unavailable |

21 | Applications of the correspondence principle : Einstiens A coefficient for the harmonic oscillator and the selection rules for atomic transitions | PDF unavailable |

22 | Heisenberg's formulations of quantum mechanics : expressing kinetic variables as matrices | PDF unavailable |

23 | Heisenberg's formulation of quantum mechanics : the quantum condition | PDF unavailable |

24 | Heisenberg's formulation of the quantum mechanics : Application to harmonic oscillator | PDF unavailable |

25 | Brief introduction to matrix mechanics and the quantum condition in matrix form | PDF unavailable |

26 | Introduction to waves and wave equation | PDF unavailable |

27 | Sationary waves eigen values and eigen functions | PDF unavailable |

28 | Matter waves and their experimental detection | PDF unavailable |

29 | Represenating a moving paticle by a wave packet | PDF unavailable |

30 | Stationary-state Schrodinger equation and its solution for a particle in a box | PDF unavailable |

31 | Solution of the stationary-state Schrodinger equation for a simple harmonic oscillator | PDF unavailable |

32 | Equivalance of Heisenberg and the Schrodinger formulations : Mathematical preliminaries | PDF unavailable |

33 | Equivalance of Heisenberg and Schrodinger formulations : The x and p operators and the quantum condition | PDF unavailable |

34 | Born interpretation of the wavefunction and expectation values of x and p operators | PDF unavailable |

35 | Uncertainty principle and its simple applications | PDF unavailable |

36 | Time dependent Schrodinger equation the probability current density and the continuity equation for the probability density | PDF unavailable |

37 | Ehrenfest theorem for the expectation values of x and p operators | PDF unavailable |

38 | Solution of Schrodinger equation for a particle in one and two delta function potentials | PDF unavailable |

39 | Solution of Schrodinger equation for a particle in a finite well | PDF unavailable |

40 | Numerical solution of a one dimensional Schrodinger equation for bound states - I | PDF unavailable |

41 | Numerical solution of a one dimensional Schrodinger equation for bound states - II | PDF unavailable |

42 | Reflection and transmission of particles across a potential barrier | PDF unavailable |

43 | Quantum-tunneling and its examples | PDF unavailable |

44 | Solution of the Schrodinger for free paticles and periodic boundary conditions | PDF unavailable |

45 | Electrons in a metal : Density of states and Fermi energy | PDF unavailable |

46 | Schrodinger equation for particles in spherically symmetric potential, angular momentum operator | PDF unavailable |

47 | Angular momentum operator and its eigenfunctions | PDF unavailable |

48 | Equation for radial component of the wavefunction in spherically symmteric potentials and general properties of its solution | PDF unavailable |

49 | Solution for radial component of the wavefunction for the hydrogen atom | PDF unavailable |

50 | Numerical solution for the radial component of wavefunction for spherically symmetric potentials | PDF unavailable |

51 | Solution of the Schrodinger equation for one dimensional periodic potential : Bloch's theorem | PDF unavailable |

52 | Kroning-Penny model and energy bands | PDF unavailable |

53 | Kroning-Penny model with periodic Dirac delta function and energy bands | PDF unavailable |

54 | Discussion on bands | PDF unavailable |

55 | Summary of the course | PDF unavailable |

Sl.No | Language | Book link |
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1 | English | Not Available |

2 | Bengali | Not Available |

3 | Gujarati | Not Available |

4 | Hindi | Not Available |

5 | Kannada | Not Available |

6 | Malayalam | Not Available |

7 | Marathi | Not Available |

8 | Tamil | Not Available |

9 | Telugu | Not Available |