Synopses & Reviews
Direct and easily followed, this inductive presentation—designed for graduate students or specialists in physics—interweaves applications of the theory with development of the basic mathematical structure. Starting with an introduction to the dualistic theory of matter and Schrödinger’s wave equation, the text explores wave packets, one-dimensional energy-level problems, orthogonal functions, the two-particle central-field problem, and the many-particle problem. Additional topics include dynamical variables and operators, commutation rules, matrix and perturbation theory, an introduction to the problem of atomic structure, and the theory of the structure of many-electron atoms. 1937 ed.
Synopsis
An inductive presentation of quantum mechanics designed for graduate students, this text interweaves applications of the theory with the development of the basic mathematical structure. “Excellent.”—Linus Pauling
Synopsis
Hailed by Linus Pauling as "excellent," this graduate-level treatment interweaves applications of the theory with development of the basic mathematical structure. Topics include wave packets, one-dimensional energy-level problems, orthogonal functions, the two-particle central-field problem, the many-particle problem, and much more. 1937 edition.
Synopsis
Hailed by Linus Pauling as "excellent," this graduate-level treatment interweaves applications of theory with development of mathematical structure. Topics include wave packets, two-particle central-field problem, many-particle problem, much more. 1937 edition.