Quantum Mechanics II [E-Book] / by Alberto Galindo, Pedro Pascual.
Galindo, Alberto, (author)
Pascual, Pedro, (author)
Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer, 1991
XVI, 374 p. online resource.
englisch
9783642841293
10.1007/978-3-642-84129-3
Texts and Monographs in Physics
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Table of Contents:
  • 8. Scattering Theory
  • 8.1 Introduction
  • 8.2 General Description of Scattering Processes
  • 8.3 Cross Sections
  • 8.4 Invariance of the Cross Section. Change LAB ? C.M.
  • 8.5 Simple Scattering: Classical Case
  • 8.6 Simple Scattering: Quantum Case
  • 8.7 Scattering Operator or S Matrix. Unitarity of the S Matrix
  • 8.8 Intertwining Property and Energy Conservation
  • 8.9 d?/d? as a Function of TE
  • 8.10 Scattering into Cones
  • 8.11 The Optical Theorem
  • 8.12 Computation of the Scattering Amplitude
  • 8.13 Space-Time Description of Simple Scattering
  • 8.14 Symmetries of the Scattering Operator
  • 8.15 Scattering by a Central Potential: Partial Waves and Phase Shifts
  • 8.16 Computation and Properties of Phase Shifts
  • 8.17 Scattering by a Central Square Well
  • 8.18 Analyticity Properties of the Partial Amplitudes
  • 8.19 Analyticity Properties of the Scattering Amplitude
  • 8.20 Coulomb Scattering
  • 8.21 Two Body Elastic Scattering
  • 8.22 Multichannel Scattering
  • 8.23 General Form of the Optical Theorem
  • 8.24 Symmetries in Multichannel Scattering
  • 8.25 The Optical Potential
  • 9. The W.B.K. Method
  • 9.1 Introduction
  • 9.2 The W.B.K. Method in One-Dimensional Problems
  • 9.3 Connection Formulae
  • 9.4 Bound State Energies
  • 9.5 The Potential Barrier
  • 9.6 The Miller-Good Method
  • 9.7 Transmission by Double Potential Barriers
  • 9.8 Potential Wells: Several Turning Points
  • 9.9 Central Potentials
  • 10. Time-Independent Perturbation Theory and Variational Method
  • 10.1 Introduction
  • 10.2 Time-Independent Perturbations. The Non-Degenerate Case
  • 10.3 The Harmonic Oscillator with ?x4 Perturbation
  • 10.4 The Harmonic Oscillator with ?x3 Perturbation
  • 10.5 Two-Electron Atoms (I)
  • 10.6 Van der Waals Forces (I)
  • 10.7 Kato’s Theory
  • 10.8 The Stark Effect
  • 10.9 The Variational Method
  • 10.10 Two-Electron Atoms (II)
  • 10.11 Van der Waals Forces (II)
  • 10.12 One-Electron Atoms
  • 10.13 Eigenvalues for Large Coupling Constants
  • 11. Time-Dependent Perturbation Theory
  • 11.1 Introduction
  • 11.2 Nuclear Spin Resonance
  • 11.3 The Forced Harmonic Oscillator
  • 11.4 The Interaction Picture
  • 11.5 Transition Probability
  • 11.6 Constant Perturbations
  • 11.7 Turning on Perturbations Adiabatically
  • 11.8 Periodic Perturbations
  • 11.9 Sudden Perturbations
  • 11.10 The Adiabatic Theorem
  • 11.11 The Adiabatic Approximation
  • 11.12 The Decay Law for Unstable Quantum Systems
  • 12. Particles in an Electromagnetic Field
  • 12.1 Introduction
  • 12.2 The Schrödinger Equation
  • 12.3 Uncertainty Relations
  • 12.4 The Aharonov-Bohm Effect
  • 12.5 Spin-1/2 Particles in an E.M. Field
  • 12.6 A Particle in a Constant Uniform Magnetic Field
  • 12.7 The Fine Structure of Hydrogen-Like Atoms
  • 12.8 One-Electron Atoms in a Magnetic Field
  • 13. Systems of Identical Particles
  • 13.1 Introduction
  • 13.2 Symmetrization of Wave Functions
  • 13.3 Non-Interacting Identical Particles
  • 13.4 Fermi Gas
  • 13.5 Bose Gas
  • 13.6 Creation and Annihilation Operators
  • 13.7 Correlation Functions
  • 13.8 Superfluidity
  • 13.9 Superconductivity
  • 14. Atoms
  • 14.1 Introduction
  • 14.2 The Thomas-Fermi Method
  • 14.3 The Hartree-Fock Method
  • 14.4 The Central Field Approximation
  • 14.5 Perturbative Calculations
  • 14.6 Russell-Saunders or LS Coupling
  • 14.7 jj Coupling
  • 15. Quantum Theory of Radiation
  • 15.1 Introduction
  • 15.2 Plane Wave Expansions
  • 15.3 Quantization of the E.M. Field
  • 15.4 Multipole Waves
  • 15.5 Interaction Between Matter and Radiation
  • 15.6 Transition Probabilities
  • 15.7 Emission and Absorption of Photons
  • 15.8 Angular Distribution of Multipole Radiation
  • 15.9 Electric Dipole Transitions in Atoms
  • 15.10 Radiative Transitions in Nuclei
  • 15.11 Low Energy Compton Scattering
  • of Quantum Mechanics I.