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This web site contains active-learning tutorials and writing assignments for upper-level undergraduate quantum mechanics. The tutorials focus on the mathematical formalism of quantum mechanics. The writing assignments focus on the interpretation of quantum mechanics, and particularly the role of experiments. The topics cover range from introduction to the Schrodinger equation through perturbation theory. In the course using these materials, students work in small groups to complete worksheet-based tutorials during class time, and do fairly typical homework problems and writing assignments, on their own.
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Quantum Physics
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quantum curriculum, tutorials, tutorials in physics
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Metadata instance created August 1, 2011 by Bruce Mason
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Active Quantum Mechanics: Tutorials and Writing Assignments:

Supplements Introduction to Quantum Mechanics

These lecture notes were created to supplement the Griffiths Introduction to Quantum Mechanics

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