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Dynamics of Free Particle and Harmonic Oscillator Using Propagators
Schwinger's Oscillator Model for Angular Momentum
Collision of Two Neutrons in the de Broglie?Bohm Approach
Quantum Theory of the Damped Harmonic Oscillator
Anatomy of a Quantum Jump
2. Mendeleev Interpreted by Schrödinger and Lewis
1. Mendeleev Interpreted by Schrödinger and Lewis
Simplified Model of Quantum Scattering
Quantum Motion in an Infinite Spherical Well
Electronic Structure of 1D and 2D Quasiperiodic Systems
Polarizability of Hydrogen Atoms
Solutions of Schrödinger Equation for a Particle in a Finite Spherical Well
Hydrogen and Lithium Orbitals Using a Hartree Eigenvalue Method
Hanbury Brown and Twiss Interference for Bosons and Fermions
Semiclassical Quantization for Asymmetric Rigid Rotors
Hydrides as Isoelectronic Perturbations of the Neon Atom
The sp Hybrid Orbital in Bohmian Mechanics
Zero-Energy Limit of Coulomb Wavefunctions
Density Functional Computations on Noble Gas Atoms
Temperature Variation of Heat Capacity for an Ideal Diatomic Gas
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