Phys402: Quantum Physics II

Spring 2004, Section 0101
MF 09:00-09:50, W 09:00-10:50, Room PHY 1201

Prof. Steve Wallace
Room 2107 Physics Bdlg., Phone 301-405-7128
Office hours:  M,F 1:00-2:00.
  Feel free to drop in.

Teaching Assistant:
Zhou Lei    
Room 2119, Glenn L. Martin Engineering Bdlg.   , Phone 301-405-8958, 
Office hours: Tu. & Thurs. 2:00-3:00
Directions: The Martin Building is on the far side of the Math Building.

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Homework Assignments 
Homework solutions Lecture Notes  

Midterm Exam 1 & Solution . Average = 71  
    Midterm Exam 2 & Solution Average = 65   Final Exam & Solution

    Spring 2004 Grades

    Course Evaluations


    D. J. Griffiths, Introduction to Quantum Mechanics (New Jersey: Prentice Hall, 1995)

    General course information

    Other useful books:
    Liboff, Quantum Mechanics ,

    I encourage students to make use of e-mail for quick correspondence with me regarding lecture material, homework problems, or whatever. I will also use e-mail to communicate with the class at large.

    Assigned weekly and due the following week. Late homework accepted at 70% of full value up to one day following due date. If you know it will be impossible to turn in an assignment on time you must discuss this with me  in advance of the due date. Sources (e.g. textbooks or classmates) should be cited when used heavily in a homework solution. Please make sure you include your name and the homework and course numbers and staple the pages together.

    Anticipated Exam Schedule:
    ..........First Midterm Examination: Friday, March 12, 2004.  

    ..........Second Midterm Examination: Friday, April 30, 2004.  

    ..........Final Examination: Monday, May 17, 8:00-11:00AM, Room 1201  

      Based on homework ( about 25 to 30% ), two mid-terms (about 40% ), and final (about 35 to 30%),
    Final Exam score will be used to decide the grade if score lies close to a border line between two letter grades.