## Angular Momentum in Quantum Mechanics: Commutators and Eigenvalues

Here you will learn about angular momentum in quantum mechanics, its commutators, and how angular momentum states and eigenvalues are generated using ladder operators.

Here you will learn about angular momentum in quantum mechanics, its commutators, and how angular momentum states and eigenvalues are generated using ladder operators.

Learn how to theoretically generate Majorana Zero Modes using the Kitaev chain and how this eliminates quantum errors.

Learn Nabla operator to represent and calculate gradient (grad), divergence (div), rotation (curl) and other operators.

Here you will learn about the delta function and its properties, which you can use for example to describe an electric point charge.

Here it is explained quite simply what the mechanical momentum is, how you can calculate and illustrate it.

Here you will learn what a Fourier series is, how it can be calculated, and the role of Fourier coefficients and basis functions.

Here you will learn how wavenumber is defined, how it can be calculated and illustrated, and how it is related to angular wavenumber.

Here, mechanical pressure is defined as a physical quantity and explained simply using examples.

Here you will learn about matter waves and how they are characterized by the de Broglie wavelength (matter wavelength).

Here you will learn how to derive the 1d, 2d, and 3d density of states of a free electron gas from the k-volume and the dispersion relation.