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Description 
Quantum nature of light: Photoelectric Effect and Compton Effect. Stability of atoms and Bohr`s rules.
Wave particle duality: De Broglie wavelength, Group and Phase velocity, Uncertainty Principle, Double Slit Experiment.
Schrödinger Equation. Physical interpretation of Wave Function, Elementary Idea of Operators, Eigenvalue Problem.
Solution of Schrödinger equation for simple boundary value problems. Reflection and Transmission Coefficients. Tunneling. Particle in a three dimensional box, Degenerate states. Exposure to Harmonic Oscillator and Hydrogen Atom without deriving the general solution.
Quantum Statistics: Maxwell Boltzmann, Bose Einstein and Fermi Dirac Statistics by detailed balance arguments. Density of states.
Applications of BE statistics: Lasers. BoseEinstein Condensation.
Applications of FD statistics: Free electron model of electrons in metals. Concept of Fermi Energy. Elementary Ideas of Band Theory of Solids. Exposure to Semiconductors, Superconductors, Quantum Computing
