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Quantum Physics: The Bottom-Up method - From the easy Two-Level process to Irreducible Representations

ISBN 9783642310591 ISBN 9783642310607



Part I Prologue

bankruptcy 1 reminiscences from hassle-free Quantum Physics

Part II Two-State Quantum Systems

bankruptcy 2 A most basic Two-Level System
2.1 Magnetic second and Spin
2.2 Zeeman Effect
2.3 Stern-Gerlach Effect
bankruptcy three Quantum concept in a Nutshell
3.1 Spin Matrices
3.2 power Matrices
3.3 Expectation Values
o 3.3.1 Expectation price of Energy
o 3.3.2 Expectation worth of Spin
3.4 Uncertainties
o 3.4.1 Uncertainty of Spin
o 3.4.2 Uncertainty of Energy
3.5 Spin Precession
o 3.5.1 Longitudinal Field
o 3.5.2 Transverse Field
bankruptcy four Experiments on Spin Precession
4.1 Muon Spin Precession
4.2 gentle Scattering
4.3 Spinor Rotation via 720�
bankruptcy five normal answer for the Two-Level System
5.1 Matrix Diagonalization
5.2 development of the Eigenvectors
5.3 The Time based Solution
o 5.3.1 Evolution of an strength Eigenstate
o 5.3.2 Evolution of an Angular-Momentum Eigenstate
bankruptcy 6 different instruments and Concepts
6.1 Time Evolution Operator
6.2 Rotation Matrices
6.3 Projection Operators
6.4 natural States and combined States
6.5 The Density Matrix
6.6 Coherence and Interference
6.7 Dirac's Bra-Ket Notation
bankruptcy 7 Diabolic issues, Geometric levels, and Quantum Chaos
7.1 point Crossings and point Repulsions
o 7.1.1 the sector Dependence of strength and of Polarization
o 7.1.2 point Repulsion in a Spin1
o 7.1.3 point Repulsion in a Spin-1 System
7.2 The Adiabatic Theorem
7.3 Geometric Phases
o 7.3.1 Derivation of the Berry Phase
o 7.3.2 tours in Magnetic-Field Space
o 7.3.3 tours within the area of Shapes
o 7.3.4 The Aharonov-Bohm Effect
7.4 Quantum Chaos
bankruptcy eight The Coupling of Particles
8.1 Bosons and Fermions
8.2 The Coupling of Spins
8.3 instance: Hyperfin Structure
bankruptcy nine "Spooky motion at a Distance"
9.1 Quantum Entanglement
9.2 Bell's Inequalities
bankruptcy 10 The Heisenberg Equation of Motion
10.1 Matrix Mechanics
10.2 Commutation relatives and Uncertainty Principle
10.3 The Bloch Equations

Part III Quantum Physics at Work

bankruptcy eleven Spin Resonance
11.1 fundamentals of Spin Resonance
11.2 tools of Spin Resonance
11.3 functions of Spin Resonance
bankruptcy 12 Two-State platforms in Atomic and Molecular Physics
12.1 Photons as Two-State Systems
12.2 Optical Resonance Transitions
12.3 Optical Analogies of Spin Rotation and Spin Resonance
12.4 debris in a Double Well
o 12.4.1 The NH3 Molecule
o 12.4.2 The Ammonia Maser
o 12.4.3 Bose-Einstein Condensate in a Double Trap
bankruptcy thirteen Two-State platforms in Condensed Matter
13.1 Glasses
13.2 Josephson Effects
o 13.2.1 fundamentals of Superconductivity
o 13.2.2 Josephson Junctions and Their Applications
bankruptcy 14 Two-State platforms in Nuclear and Particle Physics
14.1 Isospin
14.2 taste and Color
14.3 Particle Oscillations
o 14.3.1 Kaon Oscillations
o 14.3.2 Neutrino Oscillations
o 14.3.3 Neutron Oscillations
bankruptcy 15 Quantum Informatics
15.1 Quantum details Theory
15.2 Quantum Computing and Quantum Communication

Part IV Multilevel platforms and Tensor Operators

bankruptcy sixteen Rotations and Angular Momentum
16.1 Symmetries
16.2 homes of Angular Momentum
16.3 Representations
16.4 The round Harmonics
16.5 The Rotation Matrices
bankruptcy 17 Irreducible Tensors
17.1 Scalars, Vectors, and Tensors
17.2 houses of Irreducible Tensors
o 17.2.1 Definition of Irreducible Tensors
o 17.2.2 A simpler Definitio
o 17.2.3 easy Examples
17.3 The Coupling of Irreducible Tensors
o 17.3.1 The Coupling of Angular Momenta
o 17.3.2 basic Tensor Coupling
o 17.3.3 a few detailed Cases
17.4 The Wigner-Eckart Theorem
bankruptcy 18 Electromagnetic Multipole Interactions
18.1 Static Magnetic Interactions
18.2 Static electrical Interactions
o 18.2.1 Multipole growth of Electrostatic Energy
o 18.2.2 electrical Quadrupole Interaction
18.3 choice ideas for Electromagnetic Transitions
bankruptcy 19 The Generalized Spin Precession Equation
19.1 The Density Matrix
o 19.1.1 Definition of the Density Matrix
o 19.1.2 The Liouville Equation of Motion
19.2 a few Preparative Steps
o 19.2.1 Normalized Irreducible Tensor Operators
o 19.2.2 A Bra-Ket Notation for Tensor Operators
19.3 The Irreducible elements of the Density Matrix
o 19.3.1 Definition of the Statistical Tensors
o 19.3.2 basic Examples of Statistical Tensors
19.4 The Liouville Equation for the Statistical Tensors
bankruptcy 20 Reorientation in Static Electromagnetic Fields
20.1 Magnetic Dipole Precession
20.2 electrical Quadrupole Reorientation
20.3 Reorientation in combined Magnetic and electrical Fields
20.4 Time typical Results
20.5 Angular Distribution of Radiation
o 20.5.1 uneven �-Decay
o 20.5.2 Anisotropic Photon Emission
bankruptcy 21 Reorientation in Time established Fields
21.1 Radiofrequency Irradiation in a Magnetic Field
o 21.1.1 Density Operator within the Rotating Frame
o 21.1.2 Rotating Wave Approximation
o 21.1.3 Statistical Tensors within the Rotating Wave Approximation
o 21.1.4 Time commonplace Results
21.2 a number of Quantum Transitions
21.3 Dressed Atoms
o 21.3.1 Dressed Atoms and the Floquet Theorem
o 21.3.2 Dressed Atoms and moment Quantization
o 21.3.3 A Dressed Neutron Experiment
o 21.3.4 Outlook on Nonclassical Photon Interactions
bankruptcy 22 rest and Decoherence
22.1 normal Features
22.2 The Perturbative Approach
22.3 The Stochastic Approach
22.4 Decoherence



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