Chapt. 39 Photons and Matter Waves 291 039 qmult 00800 1 1 1 easy memory: stationary state 15. A system in a stationary state will: a) not evolve in time. b) evolve in time. c) both evolve and not evolve in time. d) occasionally evolve in time. e) violate the Heisenberg uncertainty principle. 039 qmult 00900 1 1 3 easy memory: free particle 16. The free particle stationary states a) can be occupied by a particle. b) can be occupied by two particles. c) cannot actually be occupied by a particle. d) are unknown. e) are normalizable. 039 qmult 01000 1 4 5 easy deducto-memory: Heisenberg uncertainty 17. “Let’s play Jeopardy ! For $100, the answer is: It describes a fundamental limitation on the accuracy with which we can know position and momentum simultaneously.” a) What is Tarkovsky’s doubtful thesis, Alex? b) What is Rublev’s ambiguous postulate, Alex? c) What is Kelvin’s vague zeroth law, Alex? d) What is Schr¨odinger’s wild expostulate, Alex?
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