Physics of Atoms and Molecules

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''This course has the intent to describe the fundamental structure of atoms and molecules from a quantum mechanical point of view. Since quantum mechanics is taken for granted we recommend a good acquaintance with it before the reading of this course.''
 
''This course has the intent to describe the fundamental structure of atoms and molecules from a quantum mechanical point of view. Since quantum mechanics is taken for granted we recommend a good acquaintance with it before the reading of this course.''
  
{{Section
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{{SSection|Systems of identical particles}}
|sectionTitle=Systems of identical particles
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{{SSection|Multi-electron atoms}}
|sectionText=*[[/Identical particles/]]
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{{SSection|Molecules}}
*[[/Permutation operators/]]
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{{SSection|Exercises}}
*[[/Physical kets/]]
 
*[[/Pauli's exclusion principle/]]
 
*[[/Hamiltonian for identical particles/]]
 
*[[/Physical predictions involving identical particles/]]
 
}}
 
  
 
{{Section
 
|sectionTitle=Multi-electron atoms
 
|sectionText=*[[/Multi-electron atoms|Introduction]]
 
*[[/Helium atom/]]
 
*[[/Helium atom: excited states/]]
 
*[[/Hartree-Fock method/]]
 
*[[/Non-spherical corrections and LS scheme/]]
 
*[[/Spin-orbit coupling and jj scheme/]]
 
}}
 
{{Section
 
|sectionTitle=Molecules
 
|sectionText=*[[/Born-Oppenheimer approximation/]]
 
*[[/The Heitler-London model/]]
 
*[[/The MO-LCAO model/]]
 
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{{Section
 
|sectionTitle=Exercises
 
|sectionText=
 
*[[/Brief Summary/]]
 
*[[/Solution guide to exercises/]]
 
*[[/Atomic terms/]]
 
*[[/Molecular terms/]]
 
}}
 
  
 
[[Category:Structure]]
 
[[Category:Structure]]

Revision as of 13:44, 6 September 2016

This course has the intent to describe the fundamental structure of atoms and molecules from a quantum mechanical point of view. Since quantum mechanics is taken for granted we recommend a good acquaintance with it before the reading of this course.