Spectroscopy is Applied Quantum Mechanics. Part 4: Ideal Systems
The article features the last and fourth part of the lecture series about the application of quantum mechanics to spectroscopy. It examines ideal systems with wave functions that can be derived from the Schroedinger equation. It likewise follows discourse for failings of classical mechanics, the quantum hypothesis, and the emergence of a new theory called quantum mechanics.
Ball, David W., "Spectroscopy is Applied Quantum Mechanics. Part 4: Ideal Systems" (2008). Chemistry Faculty Publications. 139.
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