4604_Exam1_fa05

# 4604_Exam1_fa05 - PHY4604 Exam 1 PHY 4604 Exam 1 Name...

This preview shows pages 1–3. Sign up to view the full content.

PHY4604 Exam 1 Department of Physics Page 1 of 8 PHY 4604 Exam 1 Name:__________________________________ Monday October 3, 2005 (Total Points = 100) Problem 1 (10 points): Circle true or false for following (1 point each). (a) (True or False) One of the “breakthroughs” that lead to quantum mechanics was the idea of associating differential operators with the dynamical variables. (b) (True or False) The wave function Ψ (x,t) must vanish in a region of infinite potential. (c) (True or False) It is possible for a free particle to have a definite energy. (d) (True or False) In quantum mechanics particles can enter the “classically forbidden” region where V 0 > E ( i.e. KE < 0). (e) (True or False) The operator (A op -A op ) is hermitian. (f) (True or False) If A op and B op are hermitian then A op -B op is also hermitian. (g) (True or False) If P op is the parity operator, P op ψ (x) = ψ (-x) , then P op 2 = 1 . (h) (True or False) Solutions of Schrödinger’s equation of the form ) ( ) ( ) , ( t x t x φ ψ = Ψ correspond to states with definite energy E . (i) (True or False) Solutions of Schrödinger’s equation of the form ) ( ) ( ) , ( t x t x = Ψ correspond to states in which the probability density 2 | ) , ( | ) , ( t x t x Ψ = ρ is independent of time. (j) (True or False) Schrödinger’s equation is valid for all velocities even when v c.

This preview has intentionally blurred sections. Sign up to view the full version.

View Full Document
PHY4604 Exam 1 Department of Physics Page 2 of 8 Problem 2 Name:_________________________________________ Problem 2 (30 points): Consider an infinite square well defined by
This is the end of the preview. Sign up to access the rest of the document.

{[ snackBarMessage ]}

### Page1 / 8

4604_Exam1_fa05 - PHY4604 Exam 1 PHY 4604 Exam 1 Name...

This preview shows document pages 1 - 3. Sign up to view the full document.

View Full Document
Ask a homework question - tutors are online