We should really have a quantum mechanics topic

Having been on this website for a while, it becomes pretty clear that this community definitely includes plenty of members (some younger than me) who probably know at least rudimentary quantum mechanics, if not quantum field theory. I've seen requests posted to create a quantum mechanics topic, but I'm not aware that it is in the making. Is this currently being worked on? If it isn't, I think that it really should be done. I'd personally find it very helpful to drill Dirac notation problems or expand an energy eigen basis on here every now and again.

Note by Cole Wyeth
4 years, 1 month ago

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@Cole Wyeth -- just so you know, we agree. It is going to take some time and some people helping to make it a reality -- but it will happen :)

Silas Hundt Staff - 4 years, 1 month ago

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great!

Cole Wyeth - 4 years, 1 month ago

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We have still not completed the Chemistry venture. Quantum Mechanics will take some time to come.

But here is what you can do:

  • Write awesome wikis about Quantum Mechanics.
  • Tell us about them on the slack #physics channel.
  • Create a slack #quantum-mechanics channel.
  • Post cool problems and notes demonstrating interesting ideas from quantum mechanics

Agnishom Chattopadhyay Staff - 4 years ago

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cc @Cole Wyeth just to make sure you see this.

Silas Hundt Staff - 4 years ago

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Thanks

Cole Wyeth - 4 years ago

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