# Quantum Mechanics

- A
- A guess to start
- A historical interlude Max Planck 18581947
- A historical interlude Niels Bohr 18851963
- A historical interlude Pierre de Fermat 16011665
- A historical interlude Thomas Young
- A matrix for everything
- A moving source
- A new way of thinking
- A pattern within a pattern
- A picture to represent a physical law
- A precursor of quantum reality
- A summary of Plancks hypotheses
- A wider view
- Aa
- Ab
- Acknowledgements
- Adapting de Broglie waves
- Addition of velocities a classical example
- Addition of velocities when the speeds are relativistic
- Alice can see her whole reflection
- An accidental discovery
- An example of the Heisenberg method
- An illustration of duality
- An imaginary experiment with light
- Antimatter
- Antiprotons and antihydrogen
- Apparent frequency of sound emitted by a moving source
- Calculating the radius of atomic orbits for hydrogen
- Reflectance of thin Ulms
- As we turn on a current
- Atoms of Light Acting as Particles
- Atoms of Light Behaving as Waves
- B
- Bells theorem
- Calculating intensity levels
- Calculating the Mach angle
- Cause and effect A summary
- The Development of Quantum Mechanics 383
- The Development of Quantum Mechanics
- Relativity Part 2 Verifiable Predictions
- Relativity Part 2 Verifiable Predictions 525
- Classical derivation
- Coherence
- Collision dynamics revisited Energy transfer
- Collision of Xray photons
- Critics of the Copenhagen interpretation
- Current flowing uphill
- Definition of electrical units
- Delayed choice
- Details of the experiment
- Diffraction
- Diffraction gratings
- Double slit diffraction and interference
- EhfkT 1 1 hf kT hf 22kT2
- Einsteins photoelectric equation
- Electrodynamics 1041 Electric currents
- Electromagnetic waves
- Empty space is the same everywhere and for everyone
- Evidence for the particle nature of light
- Experimental verification Classical analogy
- Experimenting with a series of polaroids
- Faradays discovery
- Feynmans strange theory of the photon 1421 Partial reflection
- Frames of reference defining a point of view
- From oscillators to photons to other things
- G 2mQc
- G2
- Getting a feeling for the numbers
- Holography 921 The inventor
- How can the theoretical models be half righf
- How can we believe all this
- How does the quantum hypothesis solve the ultraviolet catastrophe
- How long would we expect to wait An orderofmagnitude calculation
- Huygensprinciple and refraction
- Info - 2
- Interpretation of photographic images
- Introducing Waves
- It all comes together
- Jiihiii
- Laws of nature must be built into the matrices
- Light as a Wave
- Light from Afar Astronomy
- Light from the hydrogen atom
- Light from two sources
- Look and see
- Magnetic materials
- Making a hologram
- Making Images
- Making matter out of energy 1711 Collisions make particles
- Matrices do not commute
- Matrix mechanics 1221 Heisenbergs approach
- Maxwells electromagnetic waves
- Measuring clicks as photons arrive one by one
- Millikans Experiment
- Mirrors 221 A plane mirror
- More quarks
- Nature does not discriminate
- Natures secret
- Nuclear photographic emulsion
- One measurement disturbs the other
- Other lights
- Parallel plate capacitor
- Verifiable Predictions
- Photography
- Playing with the formula
- Polarisation by reflection
- Practical diffraction gratings
- Q
- Quantum discrimination
- Quantum jumps light comes out of the atom
- Quarks
- Reconstructing the object
- Reflected light
- Relativistic derivation gives the same formula
- Relativity and quantum mechanics
- Rules of the game
- Separating the possible paths
- Shock waves
- Short sharp shocks
- Showing that Plancks lucky guess formula works at all wavelengths
- Single slit diffraction
- Space and the ancient philosophers
- Space is uniform
- Space the intuitive view
- Specifically light 831 Diffraction of light
- Specifying the prejudices Absolute space
- Starting with a clean slate
- Strings and pipes in music String instruments
- Superposition
- The ancient Greeks
- The classical law of energy distribution
- The Compton effect
- The Copenhagen interpretation
- The courage of ones convictions - 2
- The earth
- The effect of a magnetic field on an electric charge
- The eye
- The forces between the particles Strong and weak nuclear force
- The fourth dimension
- The heavy photon
- The human eye
- The iannoyance factor
- The impossible in mathematical form
- The innermost shell of the nuclear onion
- The law of reflection
- The light from hot soot
- The long thin line
- The Lorentz transformation
- The Michelson Morley experiment
- The Middle Ages
- The mystery of action at a distance 1011 The gravitational force
- The mystery of waves in nothing
- The new model
- The path in empty space
- The photoelectric work function
- The photon loses energy but does not slow down
- The planetary model of the atom
- The principle
- The propagating magnetic field
- The question of phase
- The quickest path via a reflection
- The quickest route
- The role of light as the carrier of the electromagnetic force
- The Schrdinger approach
- The smoking astronaut
- The Stefan Boltzmann law
- The strange theory of the photon
- The visible spectrum
- Then there was light
- Time as a fourth dimension
- Tone quality
- Triumph out of difficulty
- Trying to crack the code
- Two computers the back of the eye and the brain
- Uncertainty from another aspect
- Unification the long hard road
- V
- Variation of intensity with angular position
- What does the quantum do after it is emitted
- Why is the grass green
- Width of the central bright band in the diffraction pattern of a single slit
- Wvwwvvvwwvvvj Wvwmaaaaaaw
- X 2 x
- Youngs experiment