Quantum Physics 3
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Hi! I'm a 4th year student of Bachelor of Electronics Engineering/ Bachelor of Physics at Griffith....
I was reading ahead with this course but still content heavy if you don't have prior experience. A very interesting course - feel free to ask questions (or ask the lecturers to go over anything again). The course is split in two halves: 1) Quantum Mechanics and 2) Nuclear/ Atomic. The first half is conceptually harder. Tutorial sheets were a bit challenging so going through with other students is helpful. Also, find online readings from MIT for assignment help! The second half has recorded lectures. The course textbook is very helpful for this section (highly recommend you get a copy of it from the library). Best way I would re-study for this is draw vector spin diagrams, energy level diagrams etc. each week, and made a list of new variables each week.