Quantum Mechanics II: PH672/772 - Course Information|
|Day and Time:
||Dr. Ryoichi Kawai|
||Required Text Book|
For Engineering, Materias Science, and Applied Physics
- Modern Quantum Mechanics
J. J. Sakurai
Addison Wesley Longman
- Quantum Mechanics, 3rd ed.
- Maple an Introduction and Reference
Addison Wesley Longman Limited
- Introduction to Maple (3rd Edition)
A mathematical program "Maple" will be used in this class.
Example programs are provided.
You must be able to modify the programs, experiment
various different cases by changing parameter values,
and write a simple report.
Go to Maple Lab
Two in-class tests, midterm take-home exam, and final take-home exam.
Students must solve all problems in the chapters covered by the lecture.
- Blank answer receives no points.
- Correct answer receives positive points.
- Incorrect answer receives negative points. In particular,
answers that contains obvious self-contradiction, that are obviously
contradict with basic laws of physics, or that contains too
unrealistic conclusion, lose large points. Simple arithmetic mistake
that resulted in unrealistic conclusion is also subject to large
negative points. You must be able to check if your answer is reasonable.
- A: all take-home exams must have 90 pts or above, all in-class exams must have 80 pts or above,
and 70% of homework must be completed.
- B: all take-home exams must have 80 pts or above, all in-class exams must have 70 pts or above,
and 60% of homework must be completed.
- C: all take-home exams must have 70 pts or above, all in-class exams must have 60 pts or above,
and 50% of homework must be completed.
- F: Otherwise
|August||Chap. 13.1-13.5, Chap. 16.1-16.3|
|September||Chap. 17.1-17.5, Chap. 18.1-18.2, Chap. 9.1-9.2|
|October||Chap. 10.1-10.4, Chap. 8.1-8.3 |
|November||Chap. 14.1-14.4, Chap. 15.1-15.4, Chap. 12.1-12.3|
|December||Chap. 21.1-21.4, Chap. 22..1|