# The Basic Theory of Quantum Mechanics

# The Basic Theory of Quantum Mechanics

Covered are Hilbert space, vector, and operator representations of pure and mixed states, measurable physical quantities (observables), Gleason's theorem, Lueders’ Rule, unitary operators, and Schroedinger's Equation, symmetries of the Hamiltonian and the corresponding conservation laws, and superselection rules.

*Keywords:*
conservation law, Gleason's theorem, Hamiltonian, Hilbert space, Lueders’ Rule, mixed state, observables, pure state, Schroedinger's Equation, superselection rule, symmetry, unitary operators

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