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University of Chicago, James Franck Institute, Undergraduate.

Imperial College London, Centre for Cold Matter, PhD Candidate.

Interests in experimental atomic/molecular physics, statistical mechanics and mathematical physics.

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Nov
27
comment Impedance Matching
thanks, really appreciate the confirmation
Nov
27
accepted Impedance Matching
Nov
27
asked About Efimov States and Halo-Nuclei
Nov
27
asked Impedance Matching
Nov
20
comment What exactly are Hamiltonian Mechanics (and Lagrangian mechanics)
Definite vote for Landau and Lifschitz!
Nov
20
comment What exactly are Hamiltonian Mechanics (and Lagrangian mechanics)
You will need LA for QM, but I was introduced to LA before I took CM and it helped. I think matrix operations and such are important. Learning about vector spaces is key. Perhaps I did not say this right, because I think it is worth studying specifically for QM. If you go deep into CM you will use LA, but you can get through Hamiltonian and Lagrangian Mech without it.
Nov
20
comment What exactly are Hamiltonian Mechanics (and Lagrangian mechanics)
Please, anyone correct me if I'm wrong or misleading!
Nov
20
answered What exactly are Hamiltonian Mechanics (and Lagrangian mechanics)
Nov
20
comment Why Must Conserved Currents of Lorentz Symmetry Satisfy the Lorentz Algebra
very concise! Good job @Qmechanic
Nov
18
comment Physics background for Quantum Mechanics
You are right; Pardon me. I would say it is not as critical as the first two, in my opinion and experience. It is nice to have seen a lot of classical electromagnetism before you get to the Hydrogen Atom and such ilk. In general, most results from books such as Griffiths and Shankar do not require an intense knowledge of Classical E&M. I would say it is nice, but not as necessary as the first two I listed
Nov
18
answered Physics background for Quantum Mechanics
Nov
16
accepted What papers detail the early research on heavy fermion superconductors?
Nov
16
comment Griffiths phase
Oh sorry, I'll make sure to do that next time.
Nov
15
comment Griffiths phase
I was interested in this question, so I looked around and found the following paper; arxiv.org/pdf/1005.2707v3.pdf I think your summary is the right idea roughly.
Nov
15
revised What papers detail the early research on heavy fermion superconductors?
Tried to focus on a specific topic
Nov
15
revised What papers detail the early research on heavy fermion superconductors?
tried to make it a viable question answerable on the site
Nov
15
asked What papers detail the early research on heavy fermion superconductors?
Nov
14
awarded  Quorum
Nov
13
comment Are a quantum mechanical system a chaotic (yet deterministic) system?
I liked this more than my own answer; I don't think anything is wrong with it, for whoever but that downvote. Up vote.
Nov
13
revised Are a quantum mechanical system a chaotic (yet deterministic) system?
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