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12Bmidterm10 - Ph 12b Midterm Exam Due: Wednesday, 10...

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Ph 12b Midterm Exam Due: Wednesday, 10 February 2010, 5pm This exam is to be taken in one continuous time interval not to exceed 3 hours , beginning when you frst open the exam. You may consult the textbook Introductory Quantum Mechanics by LiboF, the textbook Introduction to Quantum Mechanics by Gri±ths, your lec- ture notes, the online lecture notes, and the problem sets and solutions. I² you wish, you may use a calculator, computer, or integral table ²or do- ing calculations. However, this probably won’t be necessary. No other materials or persons are to be consulted. There are three problems, each with multiple parts, and 100 possible points; the value o² each problem is indicated. You are to work all o² the problems. The completed exam is to be handed in at the Ph 12 in-box outside 264 Lauritsen. All exams are due at 5pm on Wednesday, ³ebruary 10. No late exams will be accepted. Good luck! 1
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1. Two-state quantum dynamics — 35 total points Let | e 1 a and | e 2 a
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This note was uploaded on 01/28/2011 for the course PH 2 taught by Professor Dudko during the Spring '09 term at UCSD.

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12Bmidterm10 - Ph 12b Midterm Exam Due: Wednesday, 10...

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