Concept/Quiz Summary for Final
1. If the orbital quantum number in the hydrogen atom equals 2, then (circle one)
a. m = 0, 1, 2
b. m = 1, 2
c. m = -2, 2
d. m = -2, -1, 0, 1, 2
e. m = -1, 0, 1
2. Circle the quantum numbers associated with each quantity
a.
% HW 7, Problem 1 (Gate control of source-drain current in Si MOSFET)
clear all
close all
hbar=1.05e-34;
m0=9.1e-31; %rest mass of a free electron
m=0.26*m0; %conductivity effective mass of an electron in Si
q=1.6e-19; %elementary charge (charge of an ele
%
% 3-51
%
clear all
close all
h=6.626e-34;
kb=1.38e-23;
c=3.e8;
T=5800;
const=h*c/kb/T;
f = @(x) x.^(-5)./(exp(const./x)-1);
visible= integral(f,3.5e-7,7.e-7)
full=integral(f,0,Inf)
ratio=visible/full
visible =
7.1651e+22
full =
1.7070e+23
ratio =
0.4197
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ECE 235: Introduction to Solid State Electronics
Fall 2016
Objective: The primary two objectives of this course are (1) to gain an
understanding of the underlying principles of operation of solid state electronic and
photonic devices, and (2) to become pr
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Fundamental Quantum Mechanics for Engineers
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Solution to HW8
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% Problem 7-2, HW 8
% Sample code to simply sort energies and find associated quantum numbers
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clear all
close all
for n1=1:10
for n2=1:10
for n3=1:10
HQHUJ(n1,n2,n3)=n1^2+(n2/2)^2+(n3/3)^2;
%energy in units of (hbar^2/2m)*(pi/L1)^2
end
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pt. of Electrical and 'Madim ECE 235: Intro Solid State Electronics, Spring 2016
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Constants: h=6.626
Solution to HW 6 (2a,
3d, and 4); Spring 2016
Table of Contents
Problem 2a . 1
Problem 3d, bonus . 3
Problem 4 . 5
Problem 2a
clear all
%close all
h=6.626e-34;
hbar=1.05e-34;
L=1e-8; %L in meters
m=9.1e-31; %mass of electron, in kg
e1=h^2/8/m/L^2;
t1=h/e1
ECE 203 Lab Writeup Requirements
January 30, 2013
Using MATLAB Publisher
All labs must be formatted using the MATLAB publisher and turned in as a
hard copy. See the MATLAB publishing tutorial on the Moodle webpage for
details on formatting. Labs should st
Samuel S. Student
ECE 203
Lab 0: Publisher Tutorial
1/25/13
Contents
Part 1: Some Code
(a)
(b)
Part 2: Plots
Part 3: Calculations
Part 1: Some Code
(a)
a = 5;
b = 2*a;
c = 3*a
c=
15
(b)
Comments after a section break
d = b + c;
% Comments after some code
Using the MATLAB Publisher
January 18, 2013
Starting a new MATLAB script
In the MATLAB menu, select File New Script or click on the icon that
looks like a piece of paper on the far left of the toolbar. This should open
a new window called the editor where
Concept/Quiz Summary for Final
1. If the orbital quantum number in the hydrogen atom equals 2, then (circle one)
a. m = 0, 1, 2
b. m = 1, 2
c. m = -2, 2
d. m = -2, -1, 0, 1, 2
e. m = -1, 0, 1
2. Circle the quantum numbers associated with each quantity
a.
ECE235 - Homework
3 - Chase Lakowske
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Problem 4 b . 1
Problem 4 e . 2
Problem 6 . 3
Problem 4 b
clear all
close all
L = 1; % For simplicity, L = 1 m
A = sqrt(2/L);
A2 = sqrt(1/2);
xL = 0:1/10^5:1; % x/L
p2 = A*sin(2*pi*xL);
p3 = A*sin(3*pi*xL);
psi
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Problem 2 Part C
xx = linspace(-2,2,1000)
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Another comment example. . 1
A third comment example. . 1
Delete all existing variables and figures . 2
Forward "for loop" . 2
Backward "for loo