PHY 411 : Quantum
(August - December, 2010)
This is part-2 of the course on non-relativistic quantum mechanics.
The course page of Quantum Mechanics I is here.
Central potential, angular momentum and spin
Approximation methods (WKB, variational, perturbation)
Some advanced topics.
Principles of quantum
mechanics by R. Shankar
by Franz Schwabl
(volume 1 and 2) by C. Cohen-Tannoudji, B. Diu and R. Laloe
by L. Schiff
Quantum mechanics : An
Introduction by Walter Greiner
Class tests : 25 %
Midsem : 25 %
Final : 30 %
Seminar : 20 %
For the seminar, you can choose one of the following papers. Towards
the end of
the semester, you will have to give a seminar.