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Mathematical Physics

Newtonian Mechanics

Classical Mechanics

  • NOTES/CM-01 Topics in Newtonian Mechanics

Quantum Mechanics

QM-01 Classical Theories Revisited

QM-02 A Quick Review of Vector Spaces 

QM-03 Inner Product Spaces

QM-04 Hilbert Spaces

QM-05 Rise of Quantum Mechanics

 

QM-06 General Structure of Quantum Mechanics

QM-07 Canonical Quantization

QM-08 Applications of Canonical Commutation Relations

QM-09 Time Evolution in Quantum Mechanics

QM-10 Coordinate and Momentum Representations

QM-11 Schrodinger Equation in Coordinate Representation

QM-12 Free Particle in One Dimension

QM-13 Potential Problems in One Dimension

QM-14 Problems in Higher Dimensions

QM-15 Methods of Exact Solution
QM-16 Spherically Symmetric Potential Problems

QM-17 Addition of Angular Momenta

QM-18 Integral Equation, Born Approximation

QM-19 Partial Wave Analysis

QM-20 Spin and Identical Particles 

QM-21 Rayleigh Ritz Variation Method

QM-22* Wentzel Kramers Brillouin Approximation
QM-23 Time Independent Perturbation Theory

QM-24 Approximation Schemes for Time Dependent Problems

QM-25 Semi Classical Theory of Radiation

QM-33 Relativistic Quantum Mechanics

Statistical Mechanics

Electromagnetic Theory

Quantum Field Theory

Special Theory of Relativity

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 The notes for  class room lectures in Physics and Mathematics, made available here, is focused on one aspect of a topic and is a self-contained, stand-alone, and no-frills document. No references are given, as all this knowledge is in the public domain. Also, no credit is claimed for presenting something that might actually be original. This is consistent with the policies of the program to make the content available to everyone free online and open source.
Having said this, if some content is included verbatim, a full reference will be provided.

Use navigation links in the Table of Contents to start browsing.

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