5-LC Solutions

5-LC Solutions - M zeMR— PHYS 320[Spring 0007 1 Topic 5...

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

View Full Document Right Arrow Icon
Background image of page 1

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

View Full DocumentRight Arrow Icon
Background image of page 2
Background image of page 3
This is the end of the preview. Sign up to access the rest of the document.

Unformatted text preview: M zeMR— PHYS 320 [Spring 0007} 1 Topic 5. Sehmdinger Equation ———e—1—— E - £23. _ Hz Ar} n; {.2000‘ It ‘ a ' ————‘ 2 *———‘—’ z .0106 date: Mar: .00 M00- 0000r 04:00:00 PM EDT ‘5? M E 3 “mi-’4 1 3' “m”??? 2) Consider an electron mnfined to e enedjmensional box ef length 2.00 angetrnm. For this particle, what is the energy difl‘erence. in .leee1 between the "2? encl n=fi energy levels? fiE = E? - EE- 3 Include units in your answer, and use XXXXeXX for the answer format. IrI" 95‘; E, e I? _ You are current. Your receipt. is 155-1230 @3"3£)’ Jim 5: jagige V: : r. a: 0m“”J Match the graph with the correct claefiptian belaw. The graphs refer to a. particle in a one-dimensional been eflength 2 11m. 2 U i I I I i -2 A I) 0.5 1 1.5 2 D '2 B a 0.5 I 1.5 2 2 | O -E | | C D 0.5 1 1.5 E 2 D —2 l | | D CI 0.5 1 1.5 2 1.91 IE {0'14 F [El 0 W1? You are correct. Your receipt is 155-1549 M zzMH. - PHYS 329 {Spring 200T] '3 Tom's 5. Schmdinyer Equation Match the graph with the correct description below. The graphs refer to a particle in a. one-dimensional hm: of length 3 nm. .2 I I I I r A 0 'D 5 1 1.5 2 25 3- 2 _ U .2 _ | I _|_. 1 _ B D 05 1 15 2 2.5 3 You are correct. Your receipt is 155-1551 What is the probability. that a particle is in the left. half of an infinite square potential, when the particle is in the ground state? 5‘ 5' 'rfi _ You are mrmt. Your leeeipt is 1554.910 What is the probability. that the particle 1:". In the right. half? .. __ X' You are correct. Your reeeipt is 155-1460 W :l t L ,gm. :1 _ Z. ., 15-25; {{ixwfsmfl fiiesflfa f" JP- foIJO/I —TL_SIH d2!" - 2 a”; L a O D Z i n =5 5— 14655)"; .41 M 22MB ~ PHYS 320 {Spring 2001’] 3 Topic 5. {Reloading-er Equation:- Wt is the |.‘urI:|hEtt.1iiit3!1 that the particle is in the second third of the well, when it is in the ground state? 2e “‘2 _2.2E_1; ,; 1.2flj3T Tet-$305 P‘ LIPLJK— Sm (Ljfilfx—z(%—;i:jit;d_ ‘— ‘e 3 3 What is the probability1 that the particle is in the last third of the wen1 when it is still in the ground state? |:[ ‘ I I M, Nam-mg 5.. it?“ gym, ,- g. reg-t7, 3’ was oft 't e..- F .1 £31 {5753‘ An electron is: trapped inside a one dimensional square potentiei well. The well is infinitely flee-p and it has a width of 3.10 Angstrom. 2 What is the gnound etete energny the eleetron? Eh :_- "2&5? : n3 z ; f2 mfl—DEFI‘ = S‘ifev, 3 9! at“ "i 5M6 i Reform 3:”) You. are correct. Your rooeipt is 155-1921] - ér‘ziuna’ gain??? 2"? 1’! = It What is the Energy of the electron in the first excited state? Frrrsf Ed, C {flag- 52:97}; :23 x, = 2 E 7 2‘-E,,-—J.9rw dietec/ You are correct. Your reoeipt is 15544?!) 2 = F E; E‘Efsfifrj: 35.2§ec/ You are mrrect. Your receipt. is 155-1725? Now the electron is trapped inside a. three dimensional inféifite cubical potential well of the same wi t . hat is the on of the electron in the round state? _ in (J a_ ‘ a 81-33" 5 EH- L l a (hd+£’:fn5) 5616 eff .{Hfirr Reef; H '7? iv gm {. i ; You are oorrect. Your receipt is lfifi-lTlD Grefiumf Bil-“if! :5 m 54,09,333! carter}? Sf‘bff' =9 4‘; -' ’53,. :51: f E : 3. 9N3 =1? 75"eir’ “Fhet Is the energy of the electron in the first excited state? Firs f ell-Cd'ng 5 ft; 7"; ('5 mf Affégr €M¢fi fifcié“ =9 n, :2 f n; : .5 Hr; (fir ea; flfiéfilfi, aim r -) You are correct. Your reoe1pt I3 155-1969 E: H i 3‘ fritrzeflrffi) : Z 3 #6,: V. “Gratin the energg,r otthe electron in the secondexeited state? Secfifiqc/ E, .5 1-; “If: Mixer. - . . x f " - - 7,; fl, : 3 My #3:; - 3mm :2; a — war Y t. Y ' t' 155—1922 . on are oorrec our recolp Is Tr H, :2 “i E Z I}; :(I, gag-Z “11,; 9 _ fewer -.": l a. 2 ,_ H- '| P 522: = 3,9;{2 +2 +3) - 35.3% H” I (:3. He Sewaa/ Err-filial" gtay‘r' ...
View Full Document

This homework help was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course PHYS 320 taught by Professor Baski during the Spring '04 term at VCU.

Page1 / 3

5-LC Solutions - M zeMR— PHYS 320[Spring 0007 1 Topic 5...

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

View Full Document Right Arrow Icon
Ask a homework question - tutors are online