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September 16, 2013
Limit of classical mechanics, need for quantum mechanics.
We discuss the physics early 20th century when the limit of classical was rst noticed and the
new quantum mechanics was bor
November 4, 2013
Particle states in a central potential in 3D
The central force with V (r) is considered. Some typical technics to solve such problem is developed
and then applied to Hydrogen atom and
December 9, 2013
Symmetries in Quantum mechanics
A symmetry principle is a statement that, when we change our point of view in certain ways, the
laws of nature do not change. In quantum mechanics, sym
September 26, 2013
1D problems of QM
Some problems in 1D QM are solved.
Lets get started from a famous story of two gures in quantum mechanics: Dirac and Feynman. Paul Dirac was
notoriously a man of f
September 30, 2013
Path integral formulation of QM
Hamiltonian formulation of classical mechanics provided the version of quantum mechanics we
have learned so far (canonical formulation based on Dirac
September 23, 2013
General principles of Quantum Mechanics
This lecture will describe the principles of quantum mechanics in a formalism which is essentially
the transformation theory of Dirac.
There
September 9, 2013
Lagrangian, Hamiltonian formalism of classical mechanics
We review basic ideas of Newtonian, Lagrangian and Hamiltonian mechanics.
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NEWTONIAN MECHANICS
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Quantum Mechanics Homework # 3 : solution
(Due : October 14, 2013)
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Homework # 5
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Quantum Mechanics Homework # 1 : solution
(Due : September 23, 2013)
Lecture note # 1
Homework # 1
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Quantum Mechanics Homework # 2 : solution
(Due : September 30, 2013)
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PHYS 635 Solid State Physics Take home exam 1
Gregory Eremeev Fall 2004 Submitted: November 8, 2004
Problem 1:Ashcroft & Mermin, Ch.10, p.189, prob.2 a) Lets prove xx = yy = zz = xx = = Now 0 = xx yy
Problem A& M 6.1 First make sure you understand Equation 6.12 in A&M (pp 103-104). It shows that the planes corresponding to the smallest reciprocal lattice vector yield the smallest angle for the rin
Homework 6, due December 6, 1996
Problem 1 Part a) At x ? a (x) = AeiK x + (Ar + B t)e?iKx 2 At x a (x) = (At + Br)eiKx + Be?iKx a 2 2 From (8.68) ( a ) = eika (? a ) a= eika(Ae?aiK 2 + (Ar + Bt)eiK a
PHYSICS 880.06 (Fall 2004)
Problem Set 3 Solution
3.1
A&M Chapter 4 Problem 1
(a)
Base-centered cubic: is a Bravais lattice, with a set of three primitive vectors that can be chosen as
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PHY 140A: Solid State Physics
Solution to Homework #3
TA: Xun Jia1
October 23, 2006
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Fall 2006
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Physics 140A
Problem #1
(a). Show that the s
PHY 140A: Solid State Physics
Solution to Homework #2
TA: Xun Jia1
October 14, 2006
1 Email:
[email protected]
Fall 2006
c Xun Jia (October 14, 2006)
Physics 140A
Problem #1
Prove that the recip
PHZ 5941
Condensed Matter I
Problem Set 5 Solution
5.1 Problem 6.3, A&M, Pg. 109
(a) The HCP structure is described as a simple hexagonal Bravais lattice with a two point
basis. The primitive vectors