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Relativistic Quantum Mechanics: Spin & Dirac Equation
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Relativistic Quantum Mechanics: Spin & Dirac Equation
Published 9/2022
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 6.01 GB | Duration: 8h 51m

Mathematical Intuition behind Relativistic Quantum Mechanics


What you'll learn
Learn the properties of (intrinsic) Angular Momentum
Learn how the concept of spin naturally arises in Quantum Mechanics
Learn how spin helps derive Relativistic Quantum theory
Learn how to derive the Dirac equation
Learn how to solve the Dirac equation
Learn how to derive the relativistic spectrum of the hydrogen atom
Learn how the Dirac equation contains in the Schrodinger equation

Requirements
operators in quantum mechanics
commutators
wave functions
Schrodinger equation

Description
This is a course on Relativistic Quantum Mechanics. Why did I create this new course even if there is already a course on Quantum Mechanics and Quantum Field Theory? The answer is simple: the main reason is that I am passionate about these topics, but another reason is the fact that my previous course on QM and QFT already contained roughly 40 hours of content, so it would have been too "chaotic" if I added another 10 hours of content.Besides, this course is developed on its own (even if we do not start from scratch). In fact, the topics covered here are not covered in the other course. Here we start from some commutation relations regarding angular momentum, from which we derive the concept of spin. It is therefore recommended to have a prerequisite knowledge of operators and commutators, and how the latter are related to the possibility of measuring two physical quantities simultaneously.After a first part on angular momentum (in particular, intrinsic angular momentum), we use the concepts therein developed to construct the Dirac equation. We will see that the concept of spin is naturally incorporated into the relativistic theory.Once we have the Dirac equation, we will start solving it in the case of a free particle, and we also derive conserved quantities from it (the Hamiltonian, current, etc.).From other commutation relations that we derive, we finally find the spectrum of the hydrogen atom in the relativistic case, and compare it with the non-relativistic solution.
Overview
Section 1: How spin naturally arises in Quantum Mechanics
Lecture 1 Introduction to Angular Momentum Operators
Lecture 2 Properties of Angular Momentum Operators Part 1
Lecture 3 Properties of Angular Momentum Operators part 2
Lecture 4 Matrix Representation of Angular Momentum
Lecture 5 Spin 1/2 particles
Section 2: Derivation of the Dirac Equation from Pauli matrices
Lecture 6 Hamiltonian For an Electron in an Electromagnetic Field
Lecture 7 Dirac Equation Derived from Pauli Matrices
Section 3: Conserved Current
Lecture 8 Conserved Quantity from the Dirac Equation
Section 4: Non Relativistic Limit of the Dirac Equation
Lecture 9 Non Relativistic Limit of the Dirac Equation part 1
Lecture 10 Non Relativistic Limit of the Dirac Equation part 2
Section 5: Solution of the Dirac Equation
Lecture 11 Solution of the Dirac Equation for a Free Particle part 1
Lecture 12 Solution of the Dirac Equation for a Free Particle part 2 (Particles at Rest)
Lecture 13 Solution of the Dirac Equation for a Free Particle in the General Case
Lecture 14 Problem with the Negative Energy Components
Lecture 15 Interpretation of Negative Energy Solutions
Section 6: Hamiltonian and Other Important Operators
Lecture 16 Hamiltonian + commutator between Hamiltonian and Total Angular Momentum
Lecture 17 Hamiltonian and Spin Component along the Total Angular Momentum
Lecture 18 Commutator between H and K
Section 7: Relativistic Spectrum of the Hydrogen Atom from the Dirac Equation
Lecture 19 Solving the Dirac Equation for Hydrogen Part 1
Lecture 20 Solving the Dirac Equation for Hydrogen Part 2
Lecture 21 Solving the Dirac Equation for Hydrogen Part 3
Lecture 22 Solving the Dirac Equation for Hydrogen Part 4
Lecture 23 Solving the Dirac Equation for Hydrogen Part 5
Lecture 24 Solving the Dirac Equation for Hydrogen Part 6
Lecture 25 Solving the Dirac Equation for Hydrogen Part 7
Lecture 26 Final Considerations on the Relativistic Hydrogen Spectrum
Section 8: Appendix: Non-Relativistic Spectrum of the Hydrogen Atom
Lecture 27 Intro to This Appendix
Lecture 28 Hydrogen-Like Atoms
Lecture 29 Hamiltonian of a Hydrogen-Like Atom
Lecture 30 More on Potential Energy and How to Find the Spectrum
Lecture 31 Separation of Variables in the Schrodinger Equation
Lecture 32 Time Independent Schrodinger Equation in Spherical Coordinates
Lecture 33 Separating the Variables in the Time-Independent Schrodinger Equation
Lecture 34 Radial Schrodinger Equation
Lecture 35 Working on the Radial Schrodinger Equation
Lecture 36 Solution to the Radial Schrodinger Equation
Lecture 37 Derivation of the Discrete Energy Spectrum
physics students,physics enthusiast,students who want to understand the mathematics behind relativistic quantum mechanics


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