Lecture22 - ANNOUNCEMENTS Exam #3 Topics Will Be Posted...

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ANNOUNCEMENTS Exam #3 Topics Will Be Posted Soon - Will Include Chapters 33, 34, Schrodinger Equation and Special Relativity (As Discussed in Class - Some Parts of Chapter 39 Are Relevant) Tycho HW #8 and WebAssign #8 Will Be Posted Soon Look For New Survey Next Week Monday is a Holiday
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UNCERTAINTY PRINCIPLE MEASUREMENT OF EITHER THE POSITION OR MOMENTUM OF AN OBJECT INTRODUCES AN UNPREDICTABLE MINIMUM INDETERMINACY IN THE OTHER. x p x h/4 π [ ћ/2] WHERE “H-BAR” IS DEFINED AS ћ h/2 π ALSO TRUE FOR OTHER CONJUGATE VARIABLES: t E h/4 π [ ћ/2] CONNECTION WITH RELATIVITY {x, y, z, t} {p x , p y , p z , E}
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Q1: An Electron with Momentum p x Passes Through a Vertical Slit of Width a . What is its Minimum Uncertainty in Momentum? A. h/4 π a B. h/2 π a C. h/4 π ap x D. h/2 π ap x E. None of These Q2: In What Direction is p min ? A. x-direction B. y-direction C. z-direction z x y
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D. More Than One of These E. Cannot Be Determined WAVES or PARTICLES ? 1.“WAVE
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Lecture22 - ANNOUNCEMENTS Exam #3 Topics Will Be Posted...

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