Quiz #4: Particle/Wave Duality February 28, 2007
Complete both of the following problems. Show all of your work for full credit.
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Problem 1: A beam of electrons travels at 0.01% speed of light and impinges on two narrow slits separat
PHYS 320 Spring 2007 Midterm Test 3/5/07 @ 4:00 pm
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1. Complete the table below by entering the particles (photon, electron, or N/A) that initiate and result from the processes listed, indicate if the process is elastic, inelastic, or not
Phys320 (Reshchikov)
Quiz #1: Relativity February 5, 2007
Complete both of the following problems. Show all of your work for full credit. Problem 1
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6 The lifetime of 2 He is 807 ms and it is traveling at 0.9c relative to Earth. C
HW #6: Atomic Physics
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Homework #6 Due on Monday, Apr 2 Problem 1 For the hydrogen atom in the 2p state explicitly calculate the probability P(r)r of finding the electron between r = 3.8ao and 4.2ao. Compare y
HW #5 Schrdinger Equation Problem 1
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(a) Draw the wave function of an electron confined to a 1-nm wide infinite well for the n = 4 state. (b) Find the wavelength , momentum p (and pc), and energy E for the ele
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Contents
General Directions.3
Hints for Excel .4
0. Error Analysis.5
1. Atomic Spectra.12
2. Cathode Ray Tube.16
3. Light Diffraction and Interference.19
4. Polarization of Li
Homework #3: Atomic Model
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Problem 1: + Find the energy and wavelength of the highest energy transition for the Balmer series of K18 . Indicate the range of the EM spectrum where this transition is observed.
HW #8: Nuclear Homework # 8 Solutions
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Problem 1 Compute the total binding energy B (in MeV) and the binding energy per nucleon B/A (in MeV/nucleon) 66 for the stable isotope Zn (65.926037).
B = ( ZM H c 2 +
PHY 320 Spring 2004 Final Exam May 10 @ 4:00 pm (Ave. = 81.3%) 1. Complete the table below by entering the particles (photon or electron) that initiate and result from the processes listed, and indicate if the process is elastic, inelastic, or not a
HW#7: Solid State
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Problem 1 Using "unit analysis", find the total number N of Cu atoms (M = 63.55 g/mole, = 8.96 g/cm3) in a Cu wire of length 200 m and diameter of 0.1 mm. Assuming that each atom of Cu prov
Quiz #6: Atomic Physics April 4, 2007 Name: _SOLUTIONS_
Complete both of the following problems. Show all of your work for full credit. Problem 1 Some quantum system has an orbital angular momentum L characterized with a quantum number l = 1, and sp
Quiz #5: Schrdinger Equation March 31, 2008
Complete both of the following problems. Show all of your work for full credit.
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Problem 1 For a proton inside a one-dimensional finite square potential well with width L = 10-5 nm draw the wave
Quiz #7: Solid-state Physics April 14, 2008
Problem 1
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GaN is a semiconductor with the band gap Eg = 3.5 eV. Will it be n- or p-type after doping with Mg? Explain why. Draw a band diagram for this case and for T = 300 K with appropriate la
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Quiz #4: Particle/Wave Duality February 27, 2008
Complete both of the following problems. Show all of your work for full credit.
Name: SOLUTIONS
Problem 1: A beam of protons travels at velocity of 30 m/s and impinges on two narrow slits separated b
Quiz #6: Atomic Physics April 7, 2008 Name: _SOLUTIONS_
Complete both of the following problems. Show all of your work for full credit. Problem 1 Some quantum system has an orbital angular momentum L characterized with the quantum number l = 1, and
Quiz #2: Topic 2 (Experiments) February 13, 2008
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Problem 1 Electrons are accelerated across a potential of 12 V and enter a region of uniform magnetic field B = 8 Tesla perpendicular to the beam direction. Sketch the trajectory of
PHYS 320 Spring 2008 Midterm Test 3/3/08 @ 4:00 pm
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1. Complete the table below by entering the particles (photon, electron, or N/A) that initiate and result from the processes listed, indicate if the process is elastic, inelastic, or not
Quiz #3: Atomic Levels (Topic 3) February 20, 2008
Name: _SOLUTIONS_
Problem 1
Carefully draw an energy-level diagram for a one-electron ion Be3+. Draw the levels n = 1, 2, 3, and and write an expression for the energy levels. Calculate the energ
Quiz #1: Relativity February 4, 2007
Complete both of the following problems. Show all of your work for full credit. Problem 1
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2. A 10-MeV positron hits an electron at rest. As a result of their annihilation, two identical photons
Phys320 Spring 2004 (Baski)
Quiz #2: Particle/Wave Duality Part 1 February 11, 2004
Complete both of the following problems. Show all of your work for full credit.
Useful Formula: = Compton (1 - cos ) = (0.00243nm) (1 - cos )
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PHYS 320 Exam #2 on 4-7-04 (Ave. = 84.1%, = 10%) 1. Write down the 1-D, time-independent Schrdinger Equation for the potential inside an infinite well. Identify and write down the eigenfunctions and eigenvalues for this equation. In your own words,
Phys320 Spring 2004 (Baski)
Quiz #4: Schrdinger Equation March 24, 2004
Name: _SOLUTIONS_
Complete both of the following problems. Show all of your work for full credit.
n ( x) = 2 n x sin for infinite well L L
Problem 1: Infinite Square
Phys320 Spring 2004 (Baski)
Quiz #6: Nuclear Physics April 21, 2004
Name: _SOLUTIONS_
Complete both of the following problems. Show all of your work for full credit. Problem 1: Radioactivity The counting rate from a radioactive source is initiall
Phys320 Spring 2004 (Baski)
Quiz #1: Nuclear Atom (Topic 1) February 4, 2004
Complete both of the following problems. Show all of your work for full credit.
2 1 1 L series: EL = E0 ( Z - 7.4) 2 - 2 2 ni
Name: SOLUTIONS
Problem 1: Atomic Spe
PHYS 320 Exam #1 on 2-25-04 Ave = 87.0%, stdev = 9.0%
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1. Complete the table below by entering a process that obeys the electron/photon input and output parameters. Below the table, list one process that demonstrates the particle -like nature o