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This Mathematica notebook contains solutions to several numerical problems and exercises in quantum mechanics. Topics include the shooting method, wavepacket dynamics, probability…
  
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This webpage contains an interactive simulation that allows users to study Fourier series expansions of waves. The amplitude of up to 11 harmonics may be selected for a wave in one…
  
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A. Sergeev
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This web site provides tools to calculate and display the Rayleigh-Schrodinger perturbation expansion series for quantum mechanical problems. Mathematica and/or Fortran programs are…
  
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D. Griffiths
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This text is intended for junior/senior Quantum Mechanics courses. It covers the fundamentals of quantum theory in a concise manner, covering topics from the basic formalism through…
  
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M. Joffre
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This is a pair of interactive Java applets illustrating three-dimensional quantum states. Spherical harmonics are shown projected on a unit sphere. Both the magnitude of Y(L,m) +…
  
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M. Joffre
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This is a set of interactive Java applets illustrating one-dimensional quantum states. Simulations are used to illustrate both free and bound states, and the formation of eigenstates…

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