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HKPhO 2013
Hong Kong Physics Olympiad 2013
2013
Jointly Organized by
The Hong Kong Academy for Gifted Education
The Education Bureau of the HKSAR Government
The Physical Society of Hong Kong
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
19 May, 2013
HKPhO 2013
Hong Kong Physics Olympiad 2013
2013
Jointly Organized by
The Hong Kong Academy for Gifted Education
The Education Bureau of the HKSAR Government
The Physical Society of Hong Kong
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
19 May, 2013
HKPhO2014
Hong Kong Physics Olympiad 2014
2014
Organisers
Education Bureau
The Hong Kong Academy for Gifted Education
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Co-organiser
Hong Kong Baptist University
Advisory Organisations
The Physical Soci
HKPhO2014
MultipleChoices:
1.
Answer:AorD.
Thephoneismovingatconstantvelocity.Theonlyforceactingonthephoneistheearthgravity.
Remark: The answer is D. However, since the question asks for "instantaneous scalar readings", it is not
unreasonabletoalsoconside
Crystallization
Crystallization Principle
Primary nucleation:
Can be either homogeneous or heterogeneous
No foreign
particles present
Foreign particles
present
The rate of primary nucleation modeled by
power law expression:
B = no. of nuclei formed per
U NIVERSITY OF C AMBRIDGE
PART III M ATHEMATICS
Quantum Field Theory
M ICHAELMAS TERM 2013
Based on Lectures by:
Prof. Malcolm Perry
Last updated: 17th May 2014
Typeset by:
Alice Harpole
Preface
I typeset these notes over the winter vacation for the Micha
Consumers and Business Ethics
Prepared for class discussion
By
Prof.S.Suryanarayanan
Consumers as stakeholders (I)
Commonplace argument that businesses are best served by treating their
customers well
So why continued ethical abuses of consumers and poo
Faculty of Engineering
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MPE 112
Sheet (Energy transfer)
1- A gas in a pistoncylinder assembly undergoes an expansion process for which the
relationship between pressure and volume is given by pVn = constant
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Revision (Pure Substances)
A rigid tank contains 50 kg of saturated liquid water at 90C. Determine the pressure in the
1- tank and the volume of the tank.
A pistoncylinder device cont
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Sheet (properties)
1-What a can of soft drink at room temperature is put into the refrigerator so that it will
cool. Would you model the can of soft drink as a closed system o
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1-What a can of soft drink at room temperature is put into the refrigerator so
that it will cool. Would you model the can of soft drink as a closed system
o
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MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS
Part III
Friday, 3 June, 2011 9:00 am to 12:00 pm
PAPER 46
ADVANCED QUANTUM
FIELD THEORY
Attempt no more than THREE questions.
There are FOUR questions in total.
The questions carry equal weight.
STATIONERY REQUIREMENTS
SPECIAL REQUIRE
0. Introduction
There are no real one-particle systems in nature, not even few-particle
systems. The existence of virtual pairs and of pair uctuations shows that
the days of xed particle numbers are over.
Viki Weisskopf
The concept of wave-particle dualit
1.2 Lorentz Invariance
The laws of Nature are relativistic, and one of the main motivations to develop quantum
eld theory is to reconcile quantum mechanics with special relativity. To this end, we
want to construct eld theories in which space and time are
2. Free Fields
The career of a young theoretical physicist consists of treating the harmonic
oscillator in ever-increasing levels of abstraction.
Sidney Coleman
2.1 Canonical Quantization
In quantum mechanics, canonical quantization is a recipe that takes
Since the classical eld is not real, the corresponding quantum eld is not hermitian.
This is the reason that we have dierent operators b and c appearing in the positive
and negative frequency parts. The classical eld momentum is = L/ = . We
also turn this
Quantum Field Theory: Example Sheet 4
Prof N.S. Manton, Michaelmas Term 2010
1. A real scalar eld with 4 interaction has the Lagrangian density
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1
1
L = m2 2 4 .
2
2
Quantum Field Theory: Example Sheet 3
Prof N.S. Manton, Michaelmas Term 2010
1. The Weyl representation of the Cliord algebra is
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0 =
0 12
12 0
i =
,
0 i
i 0
(1)
.
Quantum Field Theory: Example Sheet 2
Prof. N.S. Manton, October 2010
1. A string has classical Hamiltonian given by
12
p
2n
H=
122
+ 2 n qn
(1)
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n=1
where n is the
Quantum Field Theory: Example Sheet 1
Prof. N.S. Manton, October 2010
Copyright 2010 University of Cambridge. Not to be quoted or reproduced without permission.
1. A string of length a, mass per unit length and under tension T is xed at each
end. The Lagr