COURSE  TITLE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  DEPARTMENT  CREDIT HOURS  
PH484  INTERMEDIATE QUANTUM MECHANICS  2020  1  Physics and Nuclear Engineering  3.0 (BS=3.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)  
SCOPE  
This is the first in a twocourse sequence in Quantum Mechanics. This course begins with a basic introduction to the fundamental postulates of quantum theory. These postulates are then used to develop Heisenberg's uncertainty principle and Schroedinger's equation. Solutions to Schroedinger's equation are sought, first for relatively simple systems such as square wells and harmonic oscillators, and then for the hydrogen atom. The properties of the hydrogen atom are studied in detail. The course also covers approximation methods used for physical systems with small perturbing forces acting on them.  


SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:  
None 
TYPE  COURSE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  TRACK  RED BOOK FLG 
PRE REQUISITE  
PH365  2019  2  1  Y 
AYT  #SECT/SIZE  CPBLTY  ENRLD  WAIT  SEATS  CLOSED  CRSE DIRECTOR  DETAILS  
2024  1  1  18  18  14  0  4  N  DR KASHINSKI  Hours 
2025  1  1  18  18  16  0  2  N  DR KASHINSKI  Hours 
2026  1  1  18  18  10  0  8  N  DR PFENNING  Hours 
COURSE  TITLE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  DEPARTMENT  CREDIT HOURS  
PH484  INTERMEDIATE QUANTUM MECHANICS  2019  1  Physics and Nuclear Engineering  3.0 (BS=3.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)  
SCOPE  
This is the first in a twocourse sequence in Quantum Mechanics. This course begins with a basic introduction to the fundamental postulates of quantum theory. These postulates are then used to develop Heisenberg's uncertainty principle and Schroedinger's equation. Solutions to Schroedinger's equation are sought, first for relatively simple systems such as square wells and harmonic oscillators, and then for the hydrogen atom. The properties of the hydrogen atom are studied in detail. The course also covers approximation methods used for physical systems with small perturbing forces acting on them.  


SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:  
None 
TYPE  COURSE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  TRACK  RED BOOK FLG 
PRE REQUISITE  
PH365  2004  1  1  Y 
COURSE  TITLE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  DEPARTMENT  CREDIT HOURS  
PH484  QUANTUM MECHANICS  2013  1  Physics and Nuclear Engineering  3.0 (BS=3.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)  
SCOPE  
This course begins with a basic introduction to the fundamental postulates of quantum theory. These postulates are then used to develop Heisenberg's uncertainty principle and Schroedinger's equation. Solutions to Schroedinger's equation are sought, first for relatively simple systems such as square wells and harmonic oscillators, and then for the hydrogen atom. The properties of the hydrogen atom are studied in detail. The course also covers approximation methods used for physical systems with small perturbing forces acting on them.  


SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:  
None 
TYPE  COURSE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  TRACK  RED BOOK FLG 
PRE REQUISITE  
PH363  2006  1  1  Y  
PH365  2004  1  1  Y 
COURSE  TITLE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  DEPARTMENT  CREDIT HOURS  
PH484  QUANTUM MECHANICS  2007  2  Physics and Nuclear Engineering  3.0 (BS=3.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)  
SCOPE  
This course begins with a basic introduction to the fundamental postulates of quantum theory. These postulates are then used to develop Heisenberg's uncertainty principle and Schroedinger's equation. Solutions to Schroedinger's equation are sought, first for relatively simple systems such as square wells and harmonic oscillators, and then for the hydrogen atom. The properties of the hydrogen atom are studied in detail. The course also covers approximation methods used for physical systems with small perturbing forces acting on them.  


SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:  
None 
TYPE  COURSE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  TRACK  RED BOOK FLG 
PRE REQUISITE  
PH365  2004  1  1  Y  
PH382  2007  1  1  Y  
PH482  2007  1  1  Y 
COURSE  TITLE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  DEPARTMENT  CREDIT HOURS  
PH484  QUANTUM MECHANICS  2003  2  Physics and Nuclear Engineering  3.0 (BS=3.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)  
SCOPE  
This course begins with a basic introduction to the fundamental postulates of quantum theory. These postulates are then used to develop Heisenberg's uncertainty principle and Schroedinger's equation. Solutions to Schroedinger's equation are sought, first for relatively simple systems such as square wells and harmonic oscillators, and then for the hydrogen atom. The properties of the hydrogen atom are studied in detail. The course also covers approximation methods used for physical systems with small perturbing forces acting on them.  


SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:  
One inclass laboratory exercise. 
TYPE  COURSE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  TRACK  RED BOOK FLG 
PRE REQUISITE  
MA484  1973  2  1  Y  
PH365  1983  1  1  Y  
PH381  2003  1  1  Y 
COURSE  TITLE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  DEPARTMENT  CREDIT HOURS  
PH484  QUANTUM MECHANICS  2000  2  Physics and Nuclear Engineering  3.0 (BS=3.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)  
SCOPE  
This course begins with a basic introduction to the fundamental postulates of quantum theory. These postulates are then used to develop Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle and Schrodinger's equation. Solutions to Schrodinger's equation are sought, first to relatively simple systems such as square wells and harmonic oscillators, and then to the hydrogen atom. The properties of the hydrogen atom are studied in detail. The course also covers approximation methods used for physical systems with small perturbing forces acting on them.  


SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:  
One inclass laboratory exercise. 
TYPE  COURSE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  TRACK  RED BOOK FLG 
CO REQUISITE  
MA484  1973  2  1  Y  
PRE REQUISITE  
PH365  1983  1  1  Y  
PH381  1977  1  1  Y 
COURSE  TITLE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  DEPARTMENT  CREDIT HOURS  
PH484  QUANTUM MECHANICS  1973  1  Physics and Nuclear Engineering  3.0 (BS=3.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)  
SCOPE  


SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:  
None 