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Quantum Methods with Mathematica
Quantum Methods with Mathematica
by James M. Feagin
  • Publisher: TELOS/Springer-Verlag
  • Year: 1994
  • ISBN: 0387979735 (Hardcover)
  • 482 pp
For students as well as experienced practitioners who would like to explore quantum physics using Mathematica. Divided into two parts: Systems in One Dimension and Quantum Dynamics. Many pertinent computational problems and exercises are integrated in the book and accompanying diskette. Contents
Part I: Systems in One Dimension: Basic Wave Mechanics | Particle in a Box | Uncertainty Principle | Free-Particle Wavepacket | Parity | Harmonic Oscillator | Variational Method and Perturbation Ideas | Squeezed States | Basic Matrix Mechanics | Partial Exact Diagonalization | Momentum Representation | Lattice Representation | Morse Oscillator | Potential Scattering Part II: Quantum Dynamics:Quantum Operators | Angular Momentum | Angular Momentum Coupling | Coordinate and Momentum Representations | Angular Momentum in Spherical Coordinates | Hydrogen Atom Schrödinger Equation | Wavefunctions from the Runge-Lenz Algebra Related Topics
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