## Introduction to Quantum MechanicsThis book first teaches learners how to |

### Contents

THE WAVE FUNCTION | 1 |

TIMEINDEPENDENT SCHRÖDINGER EQUATION | 24 |

FORMALISM | 93 |

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adiabatic allowed energies amplitude angular momentum answer approximation assume atom Bohr calculate Chapter Check classical coefficients commutation components configuration constant degeneracy delta function determine dipole eigenfunctions eigenstates eigenvalues eigenvectors electron example expectation value factor fermions Figure Find finite first-order correction formula free particle frequency ground state energy ħ² Hamiltonian harmonic oscillator hence hermitian operator Hilbert space Hint hydrogen identical fermions infinite square inner product integral L₂ linear combination matrix measurement normalizable normalized nucleus orbital orthogonal orthonormal perturbation theory phase Phys polynomials position potential energy probability of getting Problem proton quantum mechanics quantum number r₁ region representing result S₂ scattering Section Show sin² solutions solve spherical spin spontaneous emission stationary Suppose symmetric theorem time-dependent time-independent Schrödinger equation transition uncertainty principle unperturbed variables velocity wave function WKB approximation zero