This web site contains the notes for a seminar on the use of java applets in teaching quantum mechanics. Applets are included that cover basic quantum mechanics, hydrogenic and two-particle systems, and some simulation techniques. Time dependent results are stressed. Physlets are used to develop the example resources.
Belloni, M., & Carroll, M. (2002). Using a Computer-Rich Curriculum to Teach Quantum Mechanics. Retrieved September 26, 2022, from https://www.phy.davidson.edu/FacHome/mjb/ncs_aapt_qm_2002/welcome.html
Belloni, Mario, and Meghan Carroll. Using a Computer-Rich Curriculum to Teach Quantum Mechanics. 2002. https://www.phy.davidson.edu/FacHome/mjb/ncs_aapt_qm_2002/welcome.html (accessed 26 September 2022).
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