Quantum Mechanics II
Good work with the final! Solutions posted. Thanks, Roni!
Lecture notes on Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking posted.
This course is a continuation of 221A
in Fall 2001 Semester. It introduces more advanced aspects of Quantum
Mon Wed Fri 9:00-10:00, 308 LeConte
- Discussion section: Tu 11-12 (395 LeConte), Wed 5-6 (9 Lewis)
weekly, due Fridays, 5pm
Exams: one Midterm, one Final
TA: Roni Harnik
2-1019 (no voice machine), 486-5589 (LBNL, with voice machine)
447 Birge, 50A-5109 (LBNL)
- Office Hours: Fri 10-12
Office: 281 LeConte
- Office Hours: Fri 2-4
- Scattering Theory
- Many-Body Problems
- Quantization of Radiation Field
- Relativistic Quantum Mechanics
- "Modern Quantum Mechanics," J. J. Sakurai,
Addison and Wesley (1985).
- "Advanced Quantum Mechanics," J. J. Sakurai,
Addison and Wesley (1967).
- "Quantum mechanics," by Albert Messiah, Amsterdam,
North-Holland Pub. Co. (1961).
- "Quantum mechanics : non-relativistic theory," by
L. D. Landau and E. M. Lifshitz, 3rd ed., rev. and enl.,
Oxford, New York, Pergamon Press (1977).
- On atomic and molecular physics, classic books are
"Introduction to Quantum Mechanics," by Linus Pauling and
E. Bright Wilson, McGraw-Hill (1935); "Quantum Theory of Matter,"
by John C. Slater, McGraw-Hill, 1968.
- On nuclear physics, ``Theoretical Nuclear Physics," by Amos
deShalit and Herman Feshbach, New York, Wiley, 1974; ``Subatomic
Zoo," by Hans Frauenfelder and Ernest M. Henley, Prentice-Hall,
Inc., NJ, 1974.
- "Superfluidity and Superconductivity," by D.R. Tilley and
J. Tilley, Graduate Student Series in Physics, IOP Publishing Ltd,