PHYSICS 492 SPRING
Class: TR 12:30-13:45 PandA 5
Problems PHYC 496: R 15:00-16:00 PandA 5
Professor: Michael Gold
Office: room 1111 or 131 (anytime)
Office: Friday 10:00 am - 12:00 pm (lobby)
(including lecture notes, problem
sets and hw solutions)
mechnics encompasses virtually all of modern physics. We will
frequently discuss topics of current interest, emphasizing
recent experiments that test quantum mechanics. Why else would anyone
believe such a kooky theory?
- grading: The
grades will be an average
of problem sets, class and problem session participation (see the recapitulation) ,
two tests, and a
- problems session: F
1200-1250 Particiption is strongly encouraged.
the start of each class I will pick a student to summarize (without
notes) the previous lecture. If you have missed the previous
class, you will be expected to have reviewed the lecture notes.
approach to quantum mechanics
, by John S Townsend
problems are numbered as in the 2nd edition
to quantum mechanics
by David J Griffiths
by Richard L Liboff
also now in paperback
, Vol. III
"must read" for every physicist.
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