postulatory

postulatory

(ˈpɒstjʊˌleɪtərɪ)
adj
of or relating to a postulate or assumption
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Sartre's entire philosophy rests on a twofold option namely postulatory atheism and Husserl's postulate of a self-sufficient phenomenology.
Their topics include the first law of thermodynamics, availability, postulatory or Gibbsian thermodynamics, state relationships for real gases and liquids, thermodynamic properties of pure fluids and mixtures, phase equilibrium for a mixture, stability, reaction direction and chemical equilibrium, analyzing availability for reacting systems, and thermodynamics and biological systems.
Working from lectures, Swanson starts with the foundations of quantum physics, including Fourier transforms, the postulatory basis, operators, and properties, then moves to the Schrodinger equation in one dimension and three dimensions, total angular momentum, approximation methods, atomic spectroscopy, quantum statistics, band theory of solids, emission, absorption, lasers, and scattering theory.