Lecture 01 |
Black Body Radiation I - Relevant Definitions and Block Body as Cavity |

Lecture 02 |
Black Body Radiation II - Intensity of Radiation in terms of Energy Density |

Lecture 03 |
Black Body Radiation III - Spectral Energy Density and Radiation Pressure inside a Black Body Radiation |

Lecture 04 |
Black Body Radiation IV - Stefan-Boltzmann Law |

Lecture 05 |
Black Body Radiation V - Wien's Displacement Law and Analysis for Spectral Density |

Lecture 06 |
Black Body Radiation VI - Wien's Distribution Law and Rayleigh-Jeans Distribution Law |

Lecture 07 |
Black Body Radiation VII - Quantum Hypothesis and Planck's Distribution Formula |

Lecture 08 |
Radiation as a Collection of Particles called Photons |

Lecture 09 |
Quantum Hypothesis and Specific Heat of Solids |

Lecture 10 |
Bohr's Model of Hydrogen Spectrum |

Lecture 11 |
Wilson Sommerfeld Quantum Condition I - Harmonic Oscillator and Particle in a Box |

Lecture 12 |
Wilson Sommerfeld Quantum Condition II - Particle Moving in a Coulomb Potential in a Plane and Related Quantum Numbers |

Lecture 13 |
Wilson Sommerfeld Quantum Condition III - Particle Moving in a Coulomb Potential in 3D and Related Quantum Numbers |

Lecture 14 |
Quantum Conditions and Atomic Structure, Electron Spin and Pauli's Exclusion Principle |

Lecture 15 |
Interaction of Atoms with Radiation: Einstein's A and B Coefficients |

Lecture 16 |
Stimulated Emission and Amplification of Light in a LASER |

Lecture 17 |
Brief Description of a LASER |

Lecture 18 |
Introduction to the Correspondence Principle |

Lecture 19 |
General Nature of the Correspondence Principle |

Lecture 20 |
Selection Rules (for Transitions) through the Correspondence Principle |

Lecture 21 |
Applications of the Correspondence Principle: Einstein's A Coefficient for the Harmonic Oscillator and the Selection Rules for Atomic Transitions |

Lecture 22 |
Heisenberg's Formulation of Quantum Mechanics: Expressing Kinetic Variables as Matrices |

Lecture 23 |
Heisenberg's Formulation of Quantum Mechanics: The Quantum Condition |

Lecture 24 |
Heisenberg's Formulation of Quantum Mechanics: Application to Harmonic Oscillator |

Lecture 25 |
Brief Introduction to Matrix Mechanics and the Quantum Condition in Matrix Form |

Lecture 26 |
Introduction to Waves and Wave Equation |

Lecture 27 |
Stationary Waves, Eigenvalues and Eigenfunctions |

Lecture 28 |
Matter Waves and Their Experimental Detection |

Lecture 29 |
Representing a Moving Particle by a Wave Packet |

Lecture 30 |
Stationary-state Schrodinger Equation and its Solution for a Particle in a Box |

Lecture 31 |
Solution of Stationary-state Schrodinger Equation for a Simple Harmonic Oscillator |

Lecture 32 |
Equivalence of Heisenberg and the Schrodinger Formulations: Mathematical Preliminaries |

Lecture 33 |
Equivalence of Heisenberg and the Schrodinger Formulations: The x and p Operators and the Quantum Condition |

Lecture 34 |
Born Interpretation of the Wavefunction and Expectation Values of x and p Operators |

Lecture 35 |
Uncertainty Principle and its Simple Applications |

Lecture 36 |
Time Dependent Schrodinger Equation, the Probability Current Density and the Continuity Equation for the Probability Density |

Lecture 37 |
Ehrenfest Theorem for the Expectation Values of x and p Operators |

Lecture 38 |
Solution of Schrodinger Equation for a Particle in One and Two Delta Function Potentials |

Lecture 39 |
Solution of Schrodinger Equation for a Particle in a Finite Well |

Lecture 40 |
Numerical Solution of a One Dimensional Schrodinger Equation for Bound States I |

Lecture 41 |
Numerical Solution of a One Dimensional Schrodinger Equation for Bound States II |

Lecture 42 |
Reflection and Transmission of Particles across a Potential Barrier |

Lecture 43 |
Quantum Tunneling and its Examples |

Lecture 44 |
Solution of the Schrodinger Equation for Free Particles and Periodic Boundary Conditions |

Lecture 45 |
Electrons in a Metal: Density of States and Fermi Energy |

Lecture 46 |
Schrodinger Equation for Particles in Spherically Symmetric Potential, Angular Momentum Operator |

Lecture 47 |
Angular Momentum Operator and its Eigenfunctions |

Lecture 48 |
Equation for Radial Component of the Wavefunction in Spherically Symmetric Potentials and General Properties of its Solution |

Lecture 49 |
Solution for Radial Component of the Wavefunction for the Hydrogen Atom |

Lecture 50 |
Numerical Solution for Radial Component of the Wavefunction for Spherically Symmetric Potentials |

Lecture 51 |
Solution of the Schrodinger Equation for One Dimensional Periodic Potential: Bloch's Theorem |

Lecture 52 |
Kronig-Penney Model and Energy Bands |

Lecture 53 |
Kronig-Penney Model with Periodic Dirac Delta Function and Energy Bands |

Lecture 54 |
Discussion on Bands |

Lecture 55 |
Summary |