Physics 3220, Fall 1996
Prof. Steve Pollock (492-2495)
This page is now out of date (the class is over) but will be kept on the web for awhile, for reference purposes.
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Examples of other net resources for learning quantum mechanics:
MIT's introductory quantum home page
Other quantum links
provided by Chris Green
Chris Green's Physics 3220,
Jr. level quantum class from spring '96.
Here is a brief
to the recent Scientific American article (Nov '96) about using quantum mechanics to make "interaction free" measurements, and
more detailed information.
Simulate 1-D wave packets
scattering off of barriers.
Another simulation of wave packets
Simulate the time evolution
of superpositions of the first few levels of a harmonic oscillator.
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interactive Java applet
to simulate the extra credit problem.)
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