Ch00 Prelims

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Unformatted text preview: llustrative example: Position and momentum of particles in a square well 4 Operators 4.1 Quantum mechanical operators 4.2 Eigenfunctions and eigenvalues 4.3 Linear operators 4.4 Hermitian operators 4.5 The Dirac bracket notation 4.6 The Dirac delta function 5 The Heisenberg uncertainty principle 5.1 Definition of uncertainty 5.2 Position–momentum uncertainty 5.3 Energy–time uncertainty 6 The Schrödinger equation 6.1 The time-dependent Schrödinger equation 6.2 The time-independent Schrödinger equation © E. F. Schubert 1 6.3 6.4 6.5 The superposition principle The orthogonality of eigenfunctions The complete set of eigenfunctions 7 Applications of the Schrödinger equation in nonperiodic semiconductor structures 7.1 The infinite square-shaped quantum well 7.2 The asymmetric and symmetric finite square-shaped quantum well 7.3 The square-shaped quantum barrier 7.4 The “attempt to escape model” 8 Applications of the Schrödinger equation in periodic semiconductor structures 8.1 Free electrons 8.2 The Bloch theorem 8.3 The Kronig–Penney model 8.4 The effective mass 8.5 Semiconductor superlattices 9 Approximate solutions of the Schrödinger eq...
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This note was uploaded on 02/05/2013 for the course CHEM 131A taught by Professor Rentzepis during the Fall '12 term at UC Irvine.

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