This is a two semester course for undergraduate students and starts with the history of quantum mechanics, its postulates and mathematical structure and ends up with advanced topics like radiation and scattering.

These lecture notes are not complete and are being developed as I teach the course from time to time.

- A short review of classical physics
- The birth of quantum mechanics
- Mathematical Structure of quantum mechanics
- Postulates of quantum mechanics
- Quantization of phase space
- Simple potentials
- Harmonic oscillators
- Symmetry in quantum mechanics
- Angular momentum and rotational symmetry in 2D
- Angular momentum and rotational symmetry in 3D
- Radial Schrodinger equation
- Hydrogen atom
- Addition of angular momenta
- Spin
- Time independent perturbation theory
- Real hydrogen atom
- Variational method
- Identical particles
- Helium atom
- Many electron atoms
- Structure of molecules
- Time dependent perturbation theory
- Raditation
- Photons and the electromagnetic field
- Scattering
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