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written by Kristel Michielsen and Hans De Raedt
This website contains a number of descriptions of quantum mechanical phenomena, using 3D animations to illustrate the physics. The goal is to introduce basic concepts and phenomena using simulations rather than complex mathematics. The time-dependence of quantum systems is a focus of this material.
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Contains Quantum Mechanics: Aharonov-Bohm Effect
"Aharonov-Bohm Effect" describes and illustrates the impact of magnetic flux on quantum interference.relation by Bruce Mason
Contains Quantum Mechanics: Identical Particles
"Identical Particles" demonstrates the effects of the multi-particle symmetry properties (exclusion principle for Fermions) on interference experiments.relation by Bruce Mason
Contains Quantum Mechanics: Interference
"Quantum Interference" illustrates single- and double-slit interference experiments for quantum systems.relation by Bruce Mason
Contains Quantum Mechanics: Motion in a Potential
"Quantum Motion in a Potential" illustrates the time dependence of quantum wavepackets in different potentials and external fields.relation by Bruce Mason
Contains Quantum Mechanics: Tunneling
"Quantum Tunneling" illustrates the transmission and reflection of quantum wavepackets from various potential barriers and wells.relation by Bruce Mason
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