ECE474S11_Lec10_04Feb11

ECE474S11_Lec10_04Feb11 - ECE 474 Principles of Electronic...

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ECE 474: Principles of Electronic Devices Prof. Virginia Ayres Michigan State University [email protected]
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V.M. Ayres, ECE474, Spring 2011 Lecture 10: ± Consequences of electron having a wavelength ¾ A practical example: TEM ¾ Hydrogen atom example: where the p θ = n h bar came from ± e- wavefunction: electron = ψ . Really. Examples of each Chp. 02: What quantization is and why it matters. Several game-changing ideas.
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V.M. Ayres, ECE474, Spring 2011 Lecture 10: ± Consequences of electron having a wavelength ¾ A practical example: TEM ¾ Hydrogen atom example: where the p θ = n h bar came from ± e- wavefunction: electron = ψ . Really. Examples of each Chp. 02: What quantization is and why it matters. Several game-changing ideas.
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± Electrons must be waves since they show constructive and destructive interferences. In addition to being particles. ± Electron (deBroglie ) wavelength:
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