# Fundamentals of Physics II

Yale Course , Fall 2006 , Prof. Ramamurti Shankar

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# Overview

Electrostatics - Electric Fields - Gauss's Law and Application to Conductors and Insulators - The Electric Potential and Conservation of Energy - Capacitors - Resistance - Circuits and Magnetism - Ampere's Law - Lenz's and Faraday's Laws - LCR CircuitsDC Voltage - LCR CircuitsAC Voltage - Maxwell's Equations and Electromagnetic Waves - Ray or Geometrical Optics - Wave Theory of Light;Quantum Mechanics:The key experiments and wave-particle duality - Measurement theory, states of definite energy - Particle in a Box - Time-dependent Schrdinger Equation - Summary of postulates and special topics

### Lecture 20: Quantum Mechanics II

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# Lecture Details

For more information about Professor Shankars book based on the lectures from this course,Â Fundamentals of Physics Mechanics,Â Relativity, and Thermodynamics, visitÂ httpbit.ly1jFIqNu. Fundamentals of Physics, II (PHYS 201) Lecture begins with a detailed review of the double slit experiment with electrons. The fate of an electron traversing the double slit is determined by a wave putting an end to Newtonian mechanics. The momentum and position of an electron cannot both be totally known simultaneously. The wave function is used to describe a probability density function for an electron. Heuristic arguments are given for the wave function describing a particle of definite momentum. 0000 - Chapter 1. Review of Double Slit Experiment using Electrons 2028 - Chapter 2. Heisenbergs Uncertainty Principle 4232 - Chapter 3. The Probability Density Function of an Electron Complete course materials are available at the Open Yale Courses website httpopen.yale.educourses This course was recorded in Spring 2010. For more information about Professor Shankars book based on the lectures from this course,Â Fundamentals of Physics Mechanics,Â Relativity, and Thermodynamics, visitÂ httpbit.ly1jFIqNu.

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