-= quantum physics =-

   This is what I saved from my time doing Quantum Mechanics, and with the exception of the exams, most of the questions are straight out of Introduction to Quantum Mechanics by David J. Griffiths. If you have any questions, feel free to drop me a line. If you want to correct me on anything in here, forget about it, because the fact of the matter is that it's just some old homework problems, and not meant to be perfectly correct, more like a reference. Cool? Enjoy!




scheides.09.13.2000_1.8.htm
scheides.09.17.2000_2.8.htm
scheides.09.20.2000_2.9.htm
scheides.09.27.2000_2.21.htm
scheides.09.29.2000_2.28.htm
scheides.10.02.2000_2.32.htm
scheides.10.06.2000_3.23.htm
scheides.10.20.2000_4.9.htm
scheides.10.23.2000_4.13.htm
scheides.10.25.2000_4.13.htm
scheides.10.27.2000_4.37.htm
scheides.11.03.2000_6.1.htm
scheides.11.08.2000_6.9.htm
scheides.11.10.2000_6.13.htm
scheides.11.13.2000_6.21.htm


1.10
2.33
2.38
exam2, question2
exam2, question3


Original files can be found here.




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