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10 - 1 - Part I- Introduction to optical spectra (6-45)
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10 - 1 - Part I- Introduction to optical spectra (6-45)
10 - 2 - Part II- Cracking the hydrogen code (15-19)
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10 - 2 - Part II- Cracking the hydrogen code (15-19)
10 - 3 - Part III- Classical hydrogen atom: angular momentum (11-15)
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10 - 3 - Part III- Classical hydrogen atom: angular momentum (11-15)
10 - 4 - Part IV- Classical hydrogen atom: Runge-Lenz vector (15-10)
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10 - 4 - Part IV- Classical hydrogen atom: Runge-Lenz vector (15-10)
11 - 1 - Part I- The Bohr model of the atom (7-50)
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11 - 1 - Part I- The Bohr model of the atom (7-50)
11 - 2 - Part II- Applications of the Bohr Model (15-15)
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11 - 2 - Part II- Applications of the Bohr Model (15-15)
11 - 3 - Part III- Simple constructive techniques (9-11)
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11 - 3 - Part III- Simple constructive techniques (9-11)
11 - 4 - Part IV- Gaussians and the variational theorem (11-20)
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11 - 4 - Part IV- Gaussians and the variational theorem (11-20)
1 - 1 - Welcome and overview (13-03)
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1 - 1 - Welcome and overview (13-03)
12 - 1 - Part I: Variational Estimates and Applications (14-57)
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12 - 1 - Part I: Variational Estimates and Applications (14-57)
12 - 2 - Part II: Variational estimates and applications (18-37)
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12 - 2 - Part II: Variational estimates and applications (18-37)
12 - 3 - Part III: Use of Special Functions (14-39)
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12 - 3 - Part III: Use of Special Functions (14-39)
12 - 4 - Part IV: The Bouncing Ball (16-01)
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12 - 4 - Part IV: The Bouncing Ball (16-01)
13 - 1 - Part I: Basic Properties of Angular Momentum Operators (11-20)
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13 - 1 - Part I: Basic Properties of Angular Momentum Operators (11-20)
13 - 2 - Part II: Basic Commutation Relations (8-01)
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13 - 2 - Part II: Basic Commutation Relations (8-01)
13 - 3 - Part III: Angular Momentum as an Effective Potential (8-38)
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13 - 3 - Part III: Angular Momentum as an Effective Potential (8-38)
13 - 4 - Part IV: Angular Momentum and Runge-Lenz Vector (14:42)
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13 - 4 - Part IV: Angular Momentum and Runge-Lenz Vector (14:42)
14 - 1 - Part I- Rotation and Dipole Moments of Molecules (11-05)
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14 - 1 - Part I- Rotation and Dipole Moments of Molecules (11-05)
14 - 2 - Part II- Atomic and Molecular Polarizabilities- Perturbation Theory (12-05)
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14 - 2 - Part II- Atomic and Molecular Polarizabilities- Perturbation Theory (12-05)
14 - 3 - Part III- Atomic and Molecular Polarizabilities- Perturbation Theory (cont-'d) (11-57)
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14 - 3 - Part III- Atomic and Molecular Polarizabilities- Perturbation Theory (cont-'d) (11-57)
14 - 4 - Part IV- Polarizability of the Hydrogen Atom (13-49)
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14 - 4 - Part IV- Polarizability of the Hydrogen Atom (13-49)
14 - 5 - Part V- The Spectra of Hydrogen Isotopes (8-27)
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14 - 5 - Part V- The Spectra of Hydrogen Isotopes (8-27)
15 - 1 - Part I- Introduction to gauge potentials - magnetic fields (9-04)
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15 - 1 - Part I- Introduction to gauge potentials - magnetic fields (9-04)
15 - 2 - Part II- Impossibility of magnetism in classical mechanics (17-33)
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15 - 2 - Part II- Impossibility of magnetism in classical mechanics (17-33)
15 - 3 - Part III- The Dirac Equation - Basics (8-17)
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15 - 3 - Part III- The Dirac Equation - Basics (8-17)
15 - 4 - Part IV- The Dirac Equation - Spin (9-46)
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15 - 4 - Part IV- The Dirac Equation - Spin (9-46)
15 - 5 - Part V- Spin and Antimatter in Material Systems (8-04)
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15 - 5 - Part V- Spin and Antimatter in Material Systems (8-04)
16 - 1 - Part I- Bose-Einstein condensation in theory (10-42)
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16 - 1 - Part I- Bose-Einstein condensation in theory (10-42)
16 - 2 - Part II- Bose-Einstein condensation in experiment (18-42)
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16 - 2 - Part II- Bose-Einstein condensation in experiment (18-42)
16 - 3 - Part III- Degenerate Fermi-Dirac gases (12-03)
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16 - 3 - Part III- Degenerate Fermi-Dirac gases (12-03)
16 - 4 - Part IV - Current research in quantum gases (12-15)
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16 - 4 - Part IV - Current research in quantum gases (12-15)
17 - 2 - --Part II - Sudden perturbations; quantum quenches (20-32)
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17 - 2 - --Part II - Sudden perturbations; quantum quenches (20-32)
17 - 3 - Part III- Geometric Berry phase (difficult, advanced material - optional) (26-07)
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17 - 3 - Part III- Geometric Berry phase (difficult, advanced material - optional) (26-07)
18 - 1 - Part I- Zeeman Effect (17-44)
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18 - 1 - Part I- Zeeman Effect (17-44)
18 - 2 - Part II- Stern-Gerlach Experiment (6-52)
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18 - 2 - Part II- Stern-Gerlach Experiment (6-52)
18 - 3 - Part III- Spin Dynamics and LS Coupling (8-56)
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18 - 3 - Part III- Spin Dynamics and LS Coupling (8-56)
18 - 4 - Part IV- Spin Exchange and Magnetism (12-33)
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18 - 4 - Part IV- Spin Exchange and Magnetism (12-33)
18 - 5 - Part V- Non-equilibrium Spin Injection (13-57)
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18 - 5 - Part V- Non-equilibrium Spin Injection (13-57)
2 - 1 - Part I- Comments on studying QM (10-11)
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2 - 1 - Part I- Comments on studying QM (10-11)
2 - 2 - Part II- Pioneering Experiments (10-42)
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2 - 2 - Part II- Pioneering Experiments (10-42)
2 - 3 - Part III- Pioneering Experiments (cont_'d) (8-14)
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2 - 3 - Part III- Pioneering Experiments (cont_'d) (8-14)
2 - 4 - --Part IV- _-Deriving_- the Schrödinger Eq. (15-46)
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2 - 4 - --Part IV- _-Deriving_- the Schrödinger Eq. (15-46)
2 - 5 - ---Part V- Spreading of quantum wavepackets (12-45)
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2 - 5 - ---Part V- Spreading of quantum wavepackets (12-45)
3 - 1 - Part I- Meaning of the wavefunction (7-48)
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3 - 1 - Part I- Meaning of the wavefunction (7-48)
3 - 2 - ---Part II- Continuity Equation (10-38)
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3 - 2 - ---Part II- Continuity Equation (10-38)
3 - 3 - --Part III- Observables; Operators; Expectation Values (9-45)
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3 - 3 - --Part III- Observables; Operators; Expectation Values (9-45)
3-4 Time Independent Schrödinger Eq. (13-47)_En_v150407
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3-4 Time Independent Schrödinger Eq. (13-47)_En_v150407
3 - 5 - --Part V- Superposition; Dirac Notation; Representations (12-39)
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3 - 5 - --Part V- Superposition; Dirac Notation; Representations (12-39)
4 - 1 - Part I- Introduction (7-10)
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4 - 1 - Part I- Introduction (7-10)
4 - 2 - --Part II- Propagator (15-01)
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4 - 2 - --Part II- Propagator (15-01)