MIT 3.021J Introduction to Modeling and Simulation, Spring 2012
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Instructor: Jeffrey Grossman
This lecture reviews quantization, wave aspect, double-slit experiment, Schroíödinger, and discusses the hydrogen atom as a real-world example, spin and spin history, Pauli's principle, the periodic table, and concludes with simulations on NanoHub.org.
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Tagged under: quantization,quantum mechanics,double-slit experiment,Schrdinger equation,spin history,Stern-Gerlach experiment,Pauli' exclusion principle,periodic table elements
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