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Lecture 12- Early Quantum Physics

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1. Quantum Physics - beginning history 2. Lecture 12: Early Quantum Physics: Slide 2 Tufts OpenCourseWare © 2007 Tufts University Lecture 12: Early Quantum Physics OCW: Physics for Humanists (G. Goldstein) Page - 1
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3. Properties of EM waves 4. Maxwell EM wave spectrum Tufts OpenCourseWare © 2007 Tufts University Lecture 12: Early Quantum Physics OCW: Physics for Humanists (G. Goldstein) Page - 2
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5. Blackbody radiation 6. Using Bb radiation proportionalities Tufts OpenCourseWare © 2007 Tufts University Lecture 12: Early Quantum Physics OCW: Physics for Humanists (G. Goldstein) Page - 3
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7. Blackbody spectrum 8. Quantum physics’ first problem Tufts OpenCourseWare © 2007 Tufts University Lecture 12: Early Quantum Physics
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Unformatted text preview: OCW: Physics for Humanists (G. Goldstein) Page - 4 9. Photoelectric effect (Hertz 1887) 10. Current vs. Voltage Tufts OpenCourseWare © 2007 Tufts University Lecture 12: Early Quantum Physics OCW: Physics for Humanists (G. Goldstein) Page - 5 11. Interpretation of photoelectric effect 12. Photoelectric effect and photons Tufts OpenCourseWare © 2007 Tufts University Lecture 12: Early Quantum Physics OCW: Physics for Humanists (G. Goldstein) Page - 6 13. Quantum theory of photoelectric effect Tufts OpenCourseWare © 2007 Tufts University Lecture 12: Early Quantum Physics OCW: Physics for Humanists (G. Goldstein) Page - 7...
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