Intermediate Quantum Mechanics

@inproceedings{Jackiw1973IntermediateQM,
  title={Intermediate Quantum Mechanics},
  author={Roman Jackiw},
  year={1973}
}
Theory Of Atomic Structure * Miscellaneous Results From Elementary Quantum Mechanics * Identical Particles and Symmetry * Two-Electron Atoms * Self-Consistent Field * Statistical Models * Addition of Angular Momenta * Theory of Multiplets, Electrostatic Interaction * Theory of Multiplets, Spin-Orbit Interaction, and Interactions with External Fields * Molecules Semiclassical Radiation Theory * Semiclassical Theory of Radiation * Intensity of Radiation, Selection Rules * Photoelectric Effect… 

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