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PHY 355: Modern Physics
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Which light?
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Are any leptons made of quarks?
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The Photoelectric Effect
James Brand, Victor Genty, Jonathan Weyn
The University of Texas at Austin
Department of Physics
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PHY355: Modern Physics
Fall 2013
Class Meetings: Unique number 59215 (T-Th 11:00 am - 12:30 pm) WEL 2.122
Instructor: Sacha Kopp, Associate Dean, College of Natural Sciences
(WCH 2.222, 471-0461) - Oce hours: Thu 3-4pm or by appt.
Please email me at kopp@
Welcome to Modern Physics
Trails of droplets of condensation formed by ionizing charged particles passing through a cloud chamber.
The scientific revolutions in fields of physics have deeply impacted the way we think about space, matter,
energy, and our p
Practice Problems
Wave/Particle Duality Problems
1. To what voltages must we accelerate electrons (as in an electron microscope, for example) if we wish
to resolve a virus of diameter 12 nm? An atom of diameter 0.12 nm? A proton of diameter 1.2 fm?
2. A f
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Homework 2 Solutions: Phy 355, Fall 2016
Tyler Guglielmo
September 2016
1.
(a) The pulses have a period of 0 in the ship frame, and occur at the same point in space,
(x0 , t0 ) = (0, 0 ). Lets transform to the station frame using Lorentz transformations:
quick study
The measurement Einstein
deemed impossible
Mark G. Raizen and Tongcang Li
Particles undergoing Brownian motion
move with constant velocity between
Brownian kicks. Albert Einstein predicted
the velocity distribution. but he wrongly
thought hi
Sec. 1.3: Probability 5
Figure 1.3: Collapse of the wave function: graph of 1M2 iInInediately after a
measurement has found the particle at point C.
are, then, two entirely distinct kinds of physical processes: “ordinary” ones, in which
the wave functio
Homework 5 Solutions: Phy 355, Fall 2016
Tyler Guglielmo
October 4, 2016
1.
(a) The mean is straightforward to calculate and is given by
2.55
(1)
(b) See attached for graph.
(c) See attached. The level of agreement is nothing to write home about.
2. Lets
Homework 4 Solutions: Phy 355, Fall 2016
Tyler Guglielmo
September 24, 2016
1. The probability of getting k ones after n rolls is given by the binomial distribution
k nk
5
n
1
P (k) =
6
6
k
(1)
So, if we want to have 0 ones after 20 rolls,
P (0) =
520
.
Homework 3 Solutions: Phy 355, Fall 2016
Tyler Guglielmo
September 16, 2016
1.
(a) Radiation pressure is given by Prad = Ef lux /c. The correct equation to use would be
Prad = 2Ef lux /c, but I will accept both solutions. Thus,
Prad =
1 kW/1 m2
3.33 106
Homework 8 Solutions: Phy 355, Fall 2016
Tyler Guglielmo
November 12, 2016
1. We begin by solving the Schrodinger equation (SE) for a one dimensional infinite square well
centered on the origin. The SE equation for this problem is given by (note that the
Homework 6 Solutions: Phy 355, Fall 2016
Tyler Guglielmo
October 14, 2016
1.
(a) The hyperfine transition is the transition between hyperfine split levels in the ground
state of hydrogen. There are two levels here and the energy differences are 5.8 eV.
Th