Intuitive Quantum Physics
Sponsored in part by NSF grants DUE-0410895.
The Intuitive Quantum Physics materials are designed to help non-science majors develop insight into waves, probability, and energy as a way of understanding basic yet far-reaching concepts in quantum physics. In a one semester, "general education" course, students can develop ideas about spectroscopy, models of molecules, and quantum tunneling as applied to scanning tunneling microscopy and radiation. More details from the syllabus put these materials in perspective.
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Lead developers were Jeffrey T. Morgan and Michael C. Wittmann. Co-developers were (in alphabetical order) Katrina E. Black, David E. Clark, Roger E. Feeley, Eleanor C. Sayre, and R. Padraic Springuel.
Additional support was given by the University of Maine Department of Physics and Astronomy and the Center for Science and Mathematics Education Research.
Michael C. Wittmann