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POTENTIAL PROJECTS APPM 4350/5350 FALL 2010 Below is a list of potential projects for APPM 4350/5350. You can purpose your own project, but it must be approved by MJA. If you’d like more information on any of the projects below, feel free to stop by ECCR 251 and talk with Douglas Baldwin. By Mon. Oct. 11, a one page description of the topic you’ll study is required for each group. When you form your group, please email Douglas ( [email protected] ) as a group and tell him all your names and what project you’d like to do. Since we only let up to four groups work on the same project, it’s a good idea to email Douglas as soon as you’re sure you know what project you want to do. While you don’t have to work on a project as a group, we strongly encourage that you work in a group of three students enrolled in APPM 4350 or in a group of two students enrolled in APPM 5350. H EAT /D IFFUSION AND S CHR ¨ ODINGER S E QUATION Solving Schr¨odinger’s Equation for the Hydrogen Atom You use Fourier’s method to solve Schr ¨ odinger’s equation to find the allowable energy levels of the hydrogen atom. In the ITLL, you’ll measure the emission spectrum of helium, mercury, and hydrogen; you then take the emis- sion spectrum of helium and mercury as known and interpolate from these the emission spec-
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