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Questions Example for Exam #3 PHY361 The exam will cover sections 7-1 to 7-8, section 8-1 except heat capacities, 8-2, 8-3, 8-4 photon gas only, 8-5. Review end of section questions in text; chapter 7 homework, chapter 8 problems: 1, 2, 3, 4, 21. Be able to normalize wave functions show they are a solution to Schrdingers equation, and perform basic separations of variables. Catalog...

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Questions Example for Exam #3 PHY361 The exam will cover sections 7-1 to 7-8, section 8-1 except heat capacities, 8-2, 8-3, 8-4 photon gas only, 8-5. Review end of section questions in text; chapter 7 homework, chapter 8 problems: 1, 2, 3, 4, 21. Be able to normalize wave functions show they are a solution to Schrdingers equation, and perform basic separations of variables. Catalog variations of Schrdinger equation that can be solved by separation of variables. What is the Zeeman effect? How is the Pauli exclusion principle explained in terms of multi-particle wave functions? Examples of: bosons, fermions. Be able to plot fB, fBE, fFD. Explain the properties of HeII. (Clarification: thats superfluid helium) What is a BEC? How is it different than other gasses? Explain three parts of Plancks formula in terms f(E), g(E), etc. Explain the wave-particle duality in terms the two different principles used to derive Planks law. What is the Fermi energy of a Na atom? In the 1-d dimensional model of a nucleus as N identical particles in an infinite square well of width N*L where L=1 fm, write down a formula for the En, and pn. What are the Fermi energy and momentum? Does it increase or decrease, as L gets smaller? Draw fFD(E) at T=0, and kT=EF/4. Label the excited states and holes in the latter case. Label the Maxwell distribution in terms of n=g*f. What are the differences between bosons and fermions: a) in wave function symmetry b) f(E), c) physical properties? d) Show the features of f(E) in each case that give rise to these properties? How is f(E) normalized? Why is the transition temperature (Tc) between HeI and HeII called the lambda point? Why does the liquid immediately stop bubbling after the transition? Does it stop boiling? Explain how statistics give rise to an outward pressure (strictly quantum mechanical) in a F-D gas? Calculate the fraction of excited n=2 states in a H atom on the surface of the sun T=5800K? Why cannot all three components of angular momentum be quantized? If the magnitude of L and two components were quantized, how could you derive the third? Thus, only the magnitude and one component can be quantized (to quantum numbers: l and m). Why is l called space quantization and m the magnetic quantum number? What is the minimum angle of L from the z-axis if l=5? Why states are with E>0 not quantized in the H atom? Describe the nature of these states. Draw the potential including the effective potential of the electron in an H atom for l=0 and l=1. On each, draw the graphical solutions of lowest energy: R10, R20; R21, R31. Why is there not a R11? How many nodes does each function have? Hint: treat the potential for each value of l as a separate problem. Which has the largest value of <r>? In three dimensions, shade in the regions of highest probability for the s, px, py, pz, dx2-y2, dxy, dxz, dyz, d3z2-r2 orbitals. Show how Y11 ~ sin ei and Y10 ~ cos are related to the px, py, and pz orbitals. Show that for a symmetric potential V(r) that L is conserved. Why is the 4s orbital filled before the 3d orbital in the periodic table? What is the spectroscopic notation for the n=3, l=2, j=3/2 state? What is the degeneracy of this state? Same for the n=5, l=3, j=3/2 state? Whats wrong with this question? Know the observable consequences of intrinsic spin angular momentum. Why cant it be explained as an orbital effect? For l=3, s=1/2, what are the possible states (ml, ms)? How many in total? For each what is the value of m, the z-component of J=L+S? What are the possible values of j? What is the degeneracy of each value of j (the number of m substates)? Do they add up to the same number of as (ml, ms)? Explain the Stern-Gerlach exp...

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