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Course Name
Turkish
Kuantum Mekaniği I
English
Quantum Mechanics I
Course Code
FIZ 519
Credit
Lecture
(hour/week)
Recitation
(hour/week)
Laboratory
(hour/week)
Semester
1
3
3


Course Language
Turkish
Course Coordinator
Fatma Gülay Acar
Course Objectives
1. To compare the classical mechanics and the quantum theory
2. To introduce the postulates of the quantum mechanics and by using the postulates to formulate and solve a variety of quantum mechanical problems.
3. To focus on the key concepts, and attention to important experimental and theoretical developments in the quantum mechanics.
Course Description
Review of Classical Mechanics, Particles and Waves in Classical Physics, Postulates of Quantum Mechanics, One Dimensional Quantum Problems, The Harmonic Oscillator, The Path Integral Formulation of Quantum Theory, The Heisenberg Uncertainty Relation, Systems with N Degrees of Freedom, Symmetries in Quantum Mechanics, Rotational Invariance and Angular Momentum, The Hydrogen Atom
Course Outcomes
Ph.D. students who successfully pass this course gain knowledge, skills and competency in the following subjects;
I. The connection between classical mechanics and quantum mechanics.
II. The inadequacy of classical mechanics and the success of the quantum mechanics.
III. The postulates of the quantum mechanics and how to use them to solve the problems.
IV. How to deal with the standard problems in one dimension.
V. The path integral formulation of quantum theory
VI. The symmetries and their consequences.
VII. To solve the hydrogen atom problem.
Prerequisite(s)
FIZ 311 /
FIZ311E
Required Facilities
Other
Textbook
Quantum Physics, Stephen Gasiorowicz, Wiley 2003 Third Edition.
Other References
Introduction to quantum mechanics, David Jeffery Griffiths, Pearson Prentice Hall, 2005
Modern Quantum Mechanics, J. J. Sakurai, AddisonWesley Publishing Company, 1985.
Principles of Quantum Mechanics, H.C. Ohanian, Prentice Hall, 1990
Principles of Quantum Mechanics, Ramamurti Shankar, Plenum Press,1994.
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