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33-755 Quantum Mechanics I

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This course introduces fundamental concepts of quantum mechanics. Applications are made to quantum computing, the harmonic oscillator, the hydrogen atom, electron spin and addition of angular momentum. 3hrs. lecture. Typical Text: Cohen-Tannoudji Quantum Mechanics, volume 1.

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