Quantum Mechanics

Quantum mechanics is the branch of physics which studies about quantum particles and there are some fundamental examples for the quantum mechanics such as quantized properties, particle of light and wave of light. Quantized properties such as speed, position and the color and that can sometimes only occur in specific time like a dial that clicks from number to number. The fundamental assumption of classical mechanics which say that such properties should exist only on continuous spectrum and on a smooth surface. Light sometimes behave as a particle. Light behaves similarly and it bounces off walls and also bends around corners and that the troughs and crests of the wave can add up or cancel out. This is subjected to particles of light. Not only light but when it comes to the matter, matter can also behave as a wave.

  • Atomic physics
  • Mesoscopic physics
  • Lattice models
  • Pauli exclusion principle
  • Schrodinger equation
  • Spin models
  • Quantum magnetism
  • Quantum chemistry

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