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Physical Chemistry PDF

Physical Chemistry

Course Description

This course presents an introduction to quantum mechanics. It begins with an examination of the historical development of quantum theory, properties of particles and waves, wave mechanics and applications to simple systems — the particle in a box, the harmonic oscillator, the rigid rotor and the hydrogen atom. The lectures continue with a discussion of atomic structure and the Periodic Table. The final lectures cover applications to chemical bonding including valence bond and molecular orbital theory, molecular structure, spectroscopy.

Lecture Notes

SES #TOPICSLECTURE NOTES
L1Historical development(PDF)
L2The atom of Niels Bohr(PDF)
L3Wave nature, de Broglie wavelength(PDF)
L4Uncertainty principle(PDF)
L5Stationary waves, Schrödinger equation(PDF)
L6Particle in a box(PDF)
L7Probabilities, expectation values, operators I(PDF)
L8Probabilities, expectation values, operators II(PDF)
L9Postulates of quantum mechanics I(PDF)
L10Postulates of quantum mechanics II(PDF)
L11Classic harmonic oscillator(PDF)
L12Quantum harmonic oscillator

(PDF - 2.1 MB)

Note supplement 1 (PDF - 1.1 MB)

Note supplement 2 (PDF)

L13Tunneling
L14Three dimensional systems
L15Rigid rotor
L16Spherical harmonics(PDF)
L17Angular momenta(PDF)
L18Hydrogen atom I(PDF)
L19Hydrogen atom II(PDF)
L20Variation principle(PDF)
L21Helium atom(PDF - 1.3 MB)
L22Hartree-Fock, SCF
L23Electron spin(PDF)
L24Pauli principle(PDF)
L25Born-Oppenheimer approximation(PDF)
L26Molecular orbital theory, H2+(PDF)
L27LCAO-MO theory(PDF)
L28Qualitative molecular orbital theory(PDF)
L29Modern electronic structure theory
L30Interaction of light with matter(PDF)
L31Vibrational spectra(PDF)
L32NMR spectroscopy I(PDF)
L33NMR spectroscopy II
L34Perturbation theory(PDF)
L35Vibrational anharmonicity(PDF)
L36Crystal field states(PDF)

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