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    Sally Mai Lecture 1 (PDF) Extra Credit 2

    Lecture 2 (PDF) and Lecture 2 Supplement (PDF)

    Extra Credit 3

    Lecture 3 (PDF) and Lecture 3 Supplement (PDF)

    Extra Credit 4
    Haoqian Miao Lecture 4 (PDF) Extra Credit 5
    Emma Willard Lecture 5 (PDF) Extra Credit 6
    Peishan Li Lecture 6 (PDF) Extra Credit 7
    Lecture 7 (PDF) Extra Credit 8
    Lecture 8 (PDF) Extra Credit 9
    Lecture 9 (PDF) Extra Credit 10
    Lecture 10 (PDF) Extra Credit 11
    Lecture 11 (PDF) Extra Credit 12
    Lecture 12 (PDF) Extra Credit 13

    Lecture 13 (PDF) and Lecture 13.5 (PDF)

    Extra Credit 14
    Lectures 14–15 (PDF) Extra Credit 15
    Key Features of Quantum Mechanics: Linearity of the Equations of Motion, Complex Numbers are Essential, Loss of Determinism, Quantum Superpositions, Entanglement (PDF) Extra Credit 16
    Lecture 16 (PDF) Extra Credit 17
    Lecture 17 (PDF) Extra Credit 18
    Lecture 18 (PDF) Extra Credit 19
    Lectures 19–20 (PDF) Extra Credit 20
    Steven Mok Experimental Evidence for Quantum Mechanics (PDF) Extra Credit 21
    Lectures 21–22 (PDF) Extra Credit 22
    Particle Nature of Light and Wave Nature of Matter: Photoelectric Effect, Compton Scattering, Matter Waves (PDF) Extra Credit 23
    Lecture 23 (PDF) Extra Credit 24
    Lectures 24–25 (PDF) Extra Credit 25
    The Machinery of Quantum Mechanics (This resource may not render correctly in a screen reader.PDF) Extra Credit 26
    Lecture 26 (PDF) Extra Credit 27
    Lecture 27–28 (PDF) Extra Credit 28
    Lecture 29 (PDF) Extra Credit 29
    de Broglie Wavelength and Galilean Transformations, Phase and Group Velocities, Choosing the Wavefunction for a Free Particle (PDF) Extra Credit 30
    Lecture 30 (PDF) Extra Credit 31
    Jennifer Kim Lecture 31 (PDF) Extra Credit 32
    Lecture 32 (PDF) Extra Credit 33
    Hydrogen Atom, Hydrogen Atom Spectrum (PDF) Extra Credit 34
    The Infinite Square Well, The Finite Square Well (PDF) Extra Credit 35
    Lectures 33–34 (PDF) Extra Credit 36
    Lecture 35 (PDF) Extra Credit 37
    Jose Sanchez Equations for a Wavefunction, Schrödinger Equation for Particle in a Potential, Interpreting the Wavefunction (PDF) Extra Credit 38
    Normalization and Time Evolution, The Wavefunction as a Probability Amplitude, The Probability Current, Probability Current in 3D and Current Conservation (PDF) Extra Credit 39
    Wavepackets and Uncertainty, Wavepacket Shape Changes, Time Evolution of a Free Wave Packet (PDF) Extra Credit 40
    Uncovering Momentum Space, Expectation Values of Operators, Time Dependence of Expectation Values (PDF) Extra Credit 41
    Observables and Hermitian Operators, Uncertainty (PDF) Extra Credit 42
    Solving the Time-Independent Schrödinger Equation: Stationary States, Solving for Energy Eigenstates, Free Particle on a Circle (PDF) Extra Credit 43
    Yuhan Shan Introduction to Superposition (PDF) Extra Credit 44
    Kevin Aisawa Experimental Facts of Life (PDF) Extra Credit 45
    Yvonne Liang The Wave Function (PDF) Extra Credit 46
    Silvia Cancinos Expectations, Momentum, and Uncertainty (PDF) Extra Credit 47
    Haoyuan Li Operators and the Schrödinger Equation (PDF) Extra Credit 48
    Time Evolution and the Schrödinger Equation (PDF) Extra Credit 49
    More on Energy Eigenstates (PDF)
    Quantum Harmonic Oscillator (PDF)
    Exactly Solvable Problems (This resource may not render correctly in a screen reader.PDF)
    Matrix Mechanics (PDF)
    Time Dependence (PDF)
    Angular Momentum (PDF)
    Central Potentials (This resource may not render correctly in a screen reader.PDF)
    Addition of Angular Momenta (This resource may not render correctly in a screen reader.PDF)
    Wigner-Eckart Theorem (PDF)
    Perturbation Theory (This resource may not render correctly in a screen reader.PDF)
    Identical Particles (This resource may not render correctly in a screen reader.PDF)
    The Born-Oppenheimer Approximation (This resource may not render correctly in a screen reader.PDF)
    The Hydrogen Molecule (This resource may not render correctly in a screen reader.PDF)