#The Schrodinger Equation Consider a particle constrained on the x-axis, with mass $m$, subjected to a force $F(x,t)$. - In Classical mechanics, we determined $x(t)$, the position. Then we find $v = \frac{dx}{dt}$ the velocity, and momentum $p = mv$. Finally, we determine the kinetic energy $T … [Read more...]

## Griffith's Quantum Mechanics | Preface

- QM was not created by one individual, and retains 'scars' from its traumatic youth. >'I think I can safely say that nobody understands quantum mechanics.' -Feynman - One cannot understand what quantum mechanics *means* until one understands what it *does*. That's what this book is … [Read more...]