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Introduction to Quantum Physics - PHYB56
Quiz #04
Thursday, October 03, 2013
Concerning your reading and work on Chapter 1 (Sections 1 - 6) and Chapter 2 (Section 1) from Griths:
1. (2 Points) Describe a specic question you have about a problem or ex
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Introduction to Quantum Physics - PHYB56
Quiz #01
Thursday, September 12, 2013
1. (1 Point) The main problem of the Rayleigh-Jeans formula is that .
(a) It was derived using incorrect thermodynamic arguments
(b) It does not t the experimental data at
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Introduction to Quantum Physics - PHYB56
Quiz #06
Due at 10:10 am on Thursday, October 24, 2013
Use this sheet as the cover page for your submission.
Present your answers in a clear and organized fashion.
Provide explanations and justications for
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Introduction to Quantum Physics - PHYB56
Quiz #03
Thursday, September 26, 2013
1. Let n (j) be the number of students that have completed or hold a transfer credit for j half-courses in MAT.
According to the Registrars Oce n (3) = 14, n (5) = 2, and
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Introduction to Quantum Physics - PHYB56
Quiz #05
Thursday, October 10, 2013
The ground state for an electron in a one-dimensional box is 4.1 mJ. At t = 0 the electron is found in the
normalized state (x, 0) = i 36 1 (x) 1 2 (x) + 63 3 (x), and a mea
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Introduction to Quantum Physics - PHYB56
Quiz #02
Thursday, September 19, 2013
A particle of mass m is in a state given by the wave function
(x, t) = Aea[(mx
2
/
)+it] ,
where A and a are positive real constants.
1. (1 Point) Find A
2. (2 Points) Fo
Fundamental Equations
Schrodinger equation:
. 8Q!
1h— 2 HKIJ
6t
Time—independent Schrodinger equation:
Hamiltonian operator:
:12 2
H ._ ——V + V
2171
Momentum operator:
Time dependence of an expectation value:
(I (Q) i 3Q
_ : _ H, _
dt h ([ Q]) + at
Genera
Introduction to Quantum Physics
PHY B56 - Fall 2013
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