Schrodinger Equation explained extensively in 50 minutes!

Level 3 (for advanced students)

Level 3 requires the basics of vector calculus, differential and integral calculus. Suitable for undergraduates and high school students.

Content of the video

[00:10] What is a partial second-order DEQ?

[01:08] Classical Mechanics vs. Quantum Mechanics

[04:38] Applications

[05:24] Derivation of the time-independent Schrödinger equation (1d)

[17:24] Squared magnitude, probability and normalization

[25:37] Wave function in classically allowed and forbidden regions

[35:44] Time-independent Schrödinger equation (3d) and Hamilton operator

[38:29] Time-dependent Schrödinger equation (1d and 3d)

[41:29] Separation of variables and stationary states

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