- This course is a continuation of 221A
in Fall 2001 Semester. It introduces more advanced aspects of Quantum
Mechanics.

- Lectures: Mon Wed Fri 9:00-10:00, 308 LeConte
- Discussion section: Tu 11-12 (395 LeConte), Wed 5-6 (9 Lewis)
- Homeworks: weekly, due Fridays, 5pm
- Exams: one Midterm, one Final

- E-mail: murayama@physics.berkeley.edu
- Phone: 2-1019 (no voice machine), 486-5589 (LBNL, with voice machine)
- Office: 447 Birge, 50A-5109 (LBNL)
- Office Hours: Fri 10-12

- E-mail: roni@socrates.berkeley.edu
- Phone: 642-5647
- Office: 281 LeConte
- Office Hours: Fri 2-4

- 221A

- Scattering Theory
- Many-Body Problems
- Quantization of Radiation Field
- Relativistic Quantum Mechanics

- "Modern Quantum Mechanics," J. J. Sakurai, Addison and Wesley (1985).
- "Advanced Quantum Mechanics," J. J. Sakurai, Addison and Wesley (1967).
- "Quantum mechanics," by Albert Messiah, Amsterdam, North-Holland Pub. Co. (1961).
- "Quantum mechanics : non-relativistic theory," by L. D. Landau and E. M. Lifshitz, 3rd ed., rev. and enl., Oxford, New York, Pergamon Press (1977).
- On atomic and molecular physics, classic books are "Introduction to Quantum Mechanics," by Linus Pauling and E. Bright Wilson, McGraw-Hill (1935); "Quantum Theory of Matter," by John C. Slater, McGraw-Hill, 1968.
- On nuclear physics, ``Theoretical Nuclear Physics," by Amos deShalit and Herman Feshbach, New York, Wiley, 1974; ``Subatomic Zoo," by Hans Frauenfelder and Ernest M. Henley, Prentice-Hall, Inc., NJ, 1974.
- "Superfluidity and Superconductivity," by D.R. Tilley and J. Tilley, Graduate Student Series in Physics, IOP Publishing Ltd, 1990.

- Scattering Theory I. A movie referred to in the note and the Mathematica program used to generate it.
- Scattering Theory II.
- Scattering Theory III (revised).
- Multi-body Problems I.
- Multi-body Problems II (Atomic Physics).
- Multi-body Problems III (Molecular Physics).
- Multi-body Problems IV (Nuclear Physics).
- Quantum Field Theory I.
- Quantum Field Theory II (Bose Systems).
- Quantum Field Theory III (Fermi Systems).
- Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking.
- Quantum Field Theory IV (Radiation Field).
- Relativisic Quantum Mechanics.
- Quantum ElectroDynamics.

- HW #1 and solutions
- HW #2, solutions and Notebook.
- HW #3, solutions and Notebook.
- HW #4 and solutions
- HW #5 and solutions
- HW #6 and solutions and a notebook
- Midterm. Solutions for Problem 1, Problem 2, and Problem 3. Also a Notebook file for the Heitler-London and Morse potentials.
- HW #7 and a password-protected version with data here, and solutions.
- HW #8, and solutions.
- HW #9, and solutions.
- HW #10, and solutions.
- Final exam, Solutions (PDF), and detailed of calculations for Problem 1 in (notebook).

- Notes on Spherical Bessel Function (corrected, thanks to Samuel Flores)
- Notes on Contour Integrals
- Notes on Resonance in Classical Mechanics

- "Atomic Energy Levels for the Thomas-Fermi and Thomas-Fermi-Dirac Potential", by Richard Latter, Phys. Rev. 99, 510 (1955).
- "Scattering of 750-MeV Electrons by Calcium Isotopes", by
J. B. Bellicard
*et al*, Phys. Rev. Lett. 19, 527-529 (1967). - "Elastic Electron Scattering from Lead-208 at 175 and 250 MeV", by J. B. Bellicard and K. J. van Oostrum, Phys. Rev. Lett. 19, 242-244 (1967).
- "Spinor condensates and light scattering from Bose-Einstein condensates", by Dan M. Stamper-Kurn and Wolfgang Ketterle, cond-mat/0005001
- "Observation of Stationary Vortex Arrays in Rotating Superfluid Helium", by E. J. Yarmchuk, M. J. V. Gordon, and R. E. Packard, Phys. Rev. Lett. 43, 214-217 (1979).