Phys623: Introduction to Quantum Mechanics  II
Spring 2008, Section 0101
MWF 9:009:50, Room PHY 0405
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Room 2107, Phone 3014057128 Email: stevewal@physics.umd.edu, Office hours: Monday and Friday 1:302:30. Feel free to drop in.  Room. 4223 Physics stephenhky@yahoo.com.hk x56192 Office hours: Tues. & Thurs. 121 pm 

Links to other pages for course
Homework Assignments 
May 9 & May 12 Lecture Notes 
Midterm 2 & Solution Scores  Scattering Equations  Homework Solutions  SP2006 Lecture Notes 
Texts & References  Midterm 1 & Solution Scores  SP2007 Final Exam & Solution 
Course Evaluations  Course and Final Exam Grades 
Textbook: J. J. Sakurai, Modern Quantum Mechanics, (AddisonWesley, Reading Massachusetts), ISBN: 0201539292.
Reserve books: The books by CohenTannoudji et. al.,
Landau & Lifshitz, Sakurai,
and Schwabl are on reserve at EPSL.
Email: I encourage students to make use of email for quick correspondence with me regarding lecture material, homework problems, or whatever. I will also use email to communicate with the class at large.
Homework: Assigned weekly and due the following week. Late homework accepted at 75% of full value up to 5:00 PM two days 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.
Exam Schedule:
..........First Midterm Examination Friday, March 14, 2008.
..........Second Midterm Examination Wednesday, April 30, 2008.
..........Final Examination Wednesday, May 19, 2008, 8:00am11:00am, Room: To be announced
Grading: Based on homework (200 pts.), two midterms (100 pts. each), and
final (200 pts.).
Final Exam score will be used to decide borderline cases.
An approximate guide is that 5560% of the overall points plus a passing
score on the final exam are required to earn a grade of B or better.