Posted by **ChrisRedfield** at July 20, 2014

Published: 2011-09-14 | ISBN: 884702305X | PDF | 354 pages | 3 MB

Posted by **DZ123** at March 29, 2014

English | 1999 | ISBN: N/A | PDF | pages: 122 | 4,4 mb

Posted by **nebulae** at Jan. 16, 2014

English | 2012 | ISBN-10: 884702305X | 363 pages | PDF | 5,5 MB

Posted by **Underaglassmoon** at Oct. 31, 2015

Springer | Physics | November 27, 2015 | ISBN-10: 3319226312 | 354 pages | pdf | 3.36 mb

by Luigi E. Picasso (Author)

Guides the student step by step from the birth of quantum mechanics to the fine-structure levels of heavy atoms

Considers numerical outputs and orders of magnitude as the final objectives of the expounded theory

Complements the exercises and solutions book "Problems in Quantum Mechanics", by E. d'Emilio, L.E. Picasso

Posted by **fdts** at Dec. 6, 2016

by H. Van Beijeren

English | 1990 | ISBN: 0444884327 | 406 pages | DJVU | 2.35 MB

Posted by **bookwyrm** at June 20, 2016

2007 | 472 Pages | ISBN: 3540734724 | PDF | 9 MB

Posted by **enmoys** at May 6, 2016

2014 | 356 Pages | ISBN: 1470417049 | DJVU | 5 MB

Posted by **libr** at Dec. 27, 2015

English | ISBN 10: 0821836242 | 2005 | PDF | 488 pages | 7,6 MB

Posted by **leonardo78** at Dec. 17, 2015

Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company | 2004 | ISBN: 9812381074 | 1504 pages | DJVU | 9,9 MB

This is the third, significantly expanded edition of the comprehensive textbook published in 1990 on the theory and applications of path integrals. It is the first book to explicitly solve path integrals of a wide variety of nontrivial quantum-mechanical systems, in particular the hydrogen atom. The solutions have become possible by two major advances. The first is a new euclidean path integral formula which increases the restricted range of applicability of Feynman's famous formula to include singular attractive 1/r and 1/r2 potentials.

Posted by **tanas.olesya** at Sept. 21, 2015

English | 31 July 1999 | ISBN: 079235866X | 257 Pages | PDF | 6 MB

A course in angular momentum techniques is essential for quantitative study of problems in atomic physics, molecular physics, nuclear physics and solid state physics. This book has grown out of such a course given to the students of the M. Sc. and M. Phil. degree courses at the University of Madras.