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Modern Quantum Mechanics J J Sakurai 1994

Autor: Addison-Wesley Publishing, Co
Publisher: Bukupedia
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Preface to the Revised Edition Since 1989 the Editor has enthusiastically pursued a revised edition of Modern Quantum Mechanics by his late great friend J. J. Sakurai, in order to extend this text's usefulness into the twenty-first century. Much consultation took place with the panel of Sakurai friends who helped with the original edition, but in particular with Professor Yasuo Hara of Tsukuba University and Professor Akio Sakurai of Kyoto Sangyo University in Japan. The major motivation for this project is to revise the main text. There are three important additions and/or changes to the revised edition, which otherwise preserves the original version unchanged. These include a reworking of certain portions of Section 5.2 on time-independent perturbation theory for the degenerate case by Professor Kenneth Johnson of M.I.T., taking into account a subtle point that has not been properly treated by a number of texts on quantum mechanics in this country. Professor Roger Newton of Indiana University contributed refinements on lifetime broadening in Stark effect, additional explanations of phase shifts at resonances, the optical theorem, and on non-normalizable state. These appear as "remarks by the editor" or "editor's note" in the revised edition. Professor Thomas Fulton of the Johns Hopkins University reworked his Coulomb Scattering contribution (Section 7.13) so that it now appears as a shorter text portion emphasizing the physics, with the mathematical details relegated to Appendix C. Though not a major part of the text, some additions were deemed necessary to take into account developments in quantum mechanics that have become prominent since November 1, 1982. To this end, two supplements are included at the end of the text. Supplement I is on adiabatic change and geometrical phase (popularized by M. V. Berry since 1983) and is actually an English translation of the supplement on this subject written by Professor Akio Sakurai for the Japanese version of Modern Quantum Mechanics (copyright © Yoshioka-Shoten Publishing of Kyoto). Supplement II is on non-exponential decays written by my colleague here, Professor Xerxes Tata, and read over by Professor E. C, G. Sudarshan of the University of Texas at Austin. Though non-exponential decays have a long history theoretically, experimental work on transition rates that tests indirectly such decays was done only in 1990. Introduction of additional material is of course a subjective matter on the part of the Editor; the readers will evaluate for themselves its appropriateness. Thanks to Professor Akio Sakurai, the revised edition has been "finely toothcombed" for misprint errors of the first ten printings of the original edition. My colleague, Professor Sandip Pakvasa, provided overall guidance and encouragement to me throughout this process of revision. IV Preface to the Revised Edition v In addition to the acknowledgments above, my former students Li Ping, Shi Xiaohong, and Yasunaga Suzuki provided the sounding board for ideas on the revised edition when taking my graduate quantum mechanics course at the University of Hawaii during the spring of 1992. Suzuki provided the initial translation from Japanese of Supplement I as a course term paper. Dr. Andy Acker provided me with computer graphic assistance. The Department of Physics and Astronomy and particularly the High Energy Physics Group of the University of Hawaii at Manoa provided again both the facilities and a conducive atmosphere for me to carry out my editorial task. Finally I wish to express my gratitude to Physics (and sponsoring) Senior Editor, Stuart Johnson, and his Editorial Assistant, Jennifer Duggan, as well as Senior Production Coordinator Amy Willcutt, of Addison-Wesley for their encouragement and optimism that the revised edition will indeed materialize. San Fu TUAN Honolulu, Hawaii

Modern Quantum Mechanics

Autor: J. J. Sakurai
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1108422411
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A comprehensive and engaging textbook, providing a graduate-level, non-historical, modern introduction of quantum mechanical concepts.

A Modern Approach To Quantum Mechanics

Autor: John S. Townsend
Publisher: University Science Books
ISBN: 9781891389139
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This text allows lecturers to involve their undergraduates in the excitement and insight of Feynman's approach to quantum mechanics while simultaneously giving them a textbook that is well-ordered, logical, and pedagogically sound.

Hilbert Spaces Wavelets Generalised Functions And Modern Quantum Mechanics

Autor: W.-H. Steeb
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9780792352310
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This book gives a comprehensive introduction to modern quantum mechanics, emphasising the underlying Hilbert space theory and generalised function theory. All the major modern techniques and approaches used in quantum mechanics are introduced, such as Berry phase, coherent and squeezed states, quantum computing, solitons and quantum mechanics. The book is suitable for graduate students in physics and mathematics.

A Brief Tour Of Modern Quantum Mechanics

Autor: Moshe Gitterman
Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company
ISBN: 9813108282
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This slim volume covers the traditional parts of quantum mechanics: semiclassical theories of radiation and scattering, a number of advanced problems: Feynman diagrams and relativistic quantum mechanics and a collection of modern items: superfluidity and high-temperature superconductivity. The book begins with the description of the basic principles of mechanics, electrodynamics and quantum mechanics, which are needed for understanding the subsequent chapters. Qualitative methods (analytical properties and paradoxes in quantum mechanics) are also introduced. This useful textbook also pairs the problems with their solutions.

Exam Prep For Modern Quantum Mechanics

Autor: Dave Mason
Publisher: Rico Publications
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Exam Prep For Modern Quantum Mechanics

Autor: David Mason
Publisher: Rico Publications
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Physics studies matter and its motion and behavior through space and time and that studies the related entities of energy and force. This book provides over 2,000 Exam Prep questions and answers to accompany the text Modern Quantum Mechanics Items include highly probable exam items: Mean free path, Quantum point contact, Correlation dimension, molecular beam epitaxy, Nanoscopic scale, Magnetization, Surface plasmon, Laser-heated pedestal growth, Magnetic monopole, Stephen H. Davis, Electroluminescence, and more.

Modern Quantum Mechanics

Autor: Kendrick Porter
ISBN: 9781635492453
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This book is a compilation of chapters that discuss the most vital concepts in the field of modern quantum mechanics. It is designed to provide students with the basic concepts and applications of this field. Modern quantum mechanics refers to the study of processes of photons and atoms. It is based on quantum field theory. This text attempts to understand the multiple branches that fall under the discipline of modern quantum mechanics and how such concepts have practical applications. Such selected concepts that redefine the field of modern quantum mechanics have been presented in this book. It studies, analyses and upholds the pillars of the subject and its utmost significance in modern times. This textbook attempts to assist those with a goal of delving into this field.

Quantum Mechanics

Autor: Ashok Das
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9782881240539
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"Quantum Mechanics: A Modern Introduction" differs from ordinary textbooks on the subject in two important ways: first, it introduces quantized systems and emphasizes quantum principles from the start rather than beginning with an analogy to classical laws or a historical approach; second, it contains a large number of practical examples that illustrate the concepts introduced and allow students to apply what they have learned.