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Course: Physics
There is a "Hear if lElallOHSHlD DEIWEEH the number of treats each dolphin reoelves and the number Df repetitions requlred DO learn a new trick. Explanation: close A A linear relationship exists when the line that best fits the data polnts Is a straight
School: BU
Course: Physics
Chapter9Correlation Correlation:relationshipbetweentwovariables Correlationcoefficient:thedegreeorstrengthofthecorrelation/relationship ThemostcommoncorrelationcoefficientisthePearsonproductmoment correlationcoefficient Scatterplot:mostusefultechniquesto
School: BU
Course: Physics
Block2:Ina2wayANOVA,whatistheimplicationofasignificantAxBinteraction onthemaineffectsoffactorsAandB? 1. 2. 3. 4. Atleastoneofthemaineffectsmustbesignificant Bothofthemaineffectsmustbesignificant Neitheraresignificant Thesignificanceoftheinteractionhasnoim
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PY105 Test 1, Fall 2005 PROBLEM 1 10 points The graph shows your motion along a straight sidewalk over a 50-second interval. [2 points] (a) What is your velocity at t = 45 s? [2 points] (b) What is your acceleration at t = 10 s? [2 points] (c) At
School: BU
Course: Physics
There is a "Hear if lElallOHSHlD DEIWEEH the number of treats each dolphin reoelves and the number Df repetitions requlred DO learn a new trick. Explanation: close A A linear relationship exists when the line that best fits the data polnts Is a straight
School: BU
Course: Physics
Chapter9Correlation Correlation:relationshipbetweentwovariables Correlationcoefficient:thedegreeorstrengthofthecorrelation/relationship ThemostcommoncorrelationcoefficientisthePearsonproductmoment correlationcoefficient Scatterplot:mostusefultechniquesto
School: BU
Course: Physics
Block2:Ina2wayANOVA,whatistheimplicationofasignificantAxBinteraction onthemaineffectsoffactorsAandB? 1. 2. 3. 4. Atleastoneofthemaineffectsmustbesignificant Bothofthemaineffectsmustbesignificant Neitheraresignificant Thesignificanceoftheinteractionhasnoim
School: BU
Course: Physics
There is a "Hear if lElallOHSHlD DEIWEEH the number of treats each dolphin reoelves and the number Df repetitions requlred DO learn a new trick. Explanation: close A A linear relationship exists when the line that best fits the data polnts Is a straight
School: BU
Course: Physics
Chapter9Correlation Correlation:relationshipbetweentwovariables Correlationcoefficient:thedegreeorstrengthofthecorrelation/relationship ThemostcommoncorrelationcoefficientisthePearsonproductmoment correlationcoefficient Scatterplot:mostusefultechniquesto
School: BU
Course: Physics
Block2:Ina2wayANOVA,whatistheimplicationofasignificantAxBinteraction onthemaineffectsoffactorsAandB? 1. 2. 3. 4. Atleastoneofthemaineffectsmustbesignificant Bothofthemaineffectsmustbesignificant Neitheraresignificant Thesignificanceoftheinteractionhasnoim
School: BU
Course: Physics
ErrorsassociatedwithWesternblot: o Poor protein transfer to the membrane. If there's no protein, there will be no signal. o Improper washing will result in excess antibody remaining on the blot. o Faint bands: Low protein-antibody binding. Reduce the numb
School: BU
Course: Physics
PHYS2100 Introduction to Physics I Fall 2014 Problems from Serway & Jewett , Principles of Physics (5th Ed., Brooks-Cole, 2013) Homework #5: Written Assignment: due Fri. 10/10 6.15 6.24 6.32 6.40 Electronic Assignment: due Wed. 10/8 6.06 6.09 6.14 6.18 6.
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The van der Pol Negative Resistance Oscillator Van der Pols analysis1 of negative resistance ( e.g., tunnel diode) oscillators prides a valuable framework for treating relative simplicity important features of oscillatory systems. T he characteristic curv
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THE INTERACTION OF RADIATION AND MATTER: QUANTUM THEORY PAGE A 1 VIA. ON CLASSICAL OPTICAL I NTERFERENCE, C OHERENCE AND F LUCTUATIONS Light from a real physical source is never, strictly speaking, monochromatic nor does it emanate from a single point in
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THE INTERACTION OF RADIATION AND MATTER: QUANTUM THEORY VIIIA. A PPENDIX : RADIATIVE T RANSITION RATES REVISITED This appendix builds on the formulation presented in Review of Basic Quantum Mechanics: Dynamic Behavior of Quantum Systems, Section II of the
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THE INTERACTION OF RADIATION AND MATTER: QUANTUM THEORY VIII. PAGE 88 N ONLINEAR OPTICS - - Q UANTUM P ICTURE:45 A QU ANTUM ME CHANICAL VI EW OF THE B A SICS OF N O NLINEAR OP TICS In what follows we draw on the discussion of the density operator in Revie
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THE INTERACTION OF RADIATION AND MATTER: QUANTUM THEORY PAGE 73 VII. QUANTUM MECHANICAL L ANGEVIN E QUATIONS 38 A R U DIMENTARY RE SEVOIR P R OBLEM :3940 Consider a complete system which consists of a single simple harmonic oscillator (the system componen
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THE INTERACTION OF RADIATION AND MATTER: QUANTUM THEORY VI. PAGE 62 P HOTOELECTRIC D ETECTION AND P HOTON COUNTING To introduce the subject let us quote Glauber in Photon Statistics34 Photon counters function by absorbing photons from the field. What they
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THE INTERACTION OF RADIATION AND MATTER: QUANTUM THEORY PAGE VA-1 A PPENDIX : T HE D IELECTRIC SUSCEPTIBILITY A General D ressed State F ormulation Suppose that the complete Hamiltonian of a coupled system is parsed into two components H = H o+H The compo
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THE INTERACTION OF RADIATION AND MATTER: QUANTUM THEORY V. PAGE 42 P HOTON A BSORPTION AND E MISSION "POOR MAN ' S " S ECOND QUANTIZATION OF MATERIAL S YSTEM : In treating the complete quantum mechanical problem, it is useful to recast the material (atomi
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THE INTERACTION OF RADIATION AND MATTER: QUANTUM THEORY IV. PAGE 34 I NTERACTION HAMILTONIAN - - C OUPLING F IELDS AND CHARGES: 23 To build a complete quantum picture of the interaction of matter and radiation our first and most critical task is to constr
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THE INTERACTION OF RADIATION AND MATTER: QUANTUM THEORY PAGE 19 III. REPRESENTATIONS OF P HOTON STATES 1. F ock or Number S tates : .11 As we have seen, the Fock or number states cfw_n r k n rs k [ III-1 ] s are complete set eigenstates of an important
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THE INTERACTION OF RADIATION AND MATTER: QUANTUM THEORY II. CANONICAL QUANTIZATION OF E LECTRODYNAMICS: With the foregoing preparation, we are now in a position to apply the classical analogy or canonical quantization program to achieve the s econd q uant
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THE INTERACTION OF RADIATION AND MATTER : QUANTUM THEORY I. QUANTUM MECHANICS OF HARMONIC OSCILLATORS:1 To prepare the ground for the quantization of the electromagnetic field, let us revisit the c lassical treatment of a simple harmonic oscillator with o
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THE INTERACTION OF RADIATION AND MATTER: SEMICLASSICAL THEORY PAGE 82 VII. SEMICONDUCTOR P HOTONICS A. P R ELIMINARIES : S EMICONDUCTOR BACKGROUND 29 THE CRYSTAL H AMILTONIAN For an assembly of atoms the classical energy is the sum of the following: the
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THE INTERACTION OF RADIATION AND MATTER: SEMICLASSICAL THEORY VI. PAGE 62 SEMICLASSICAL L ASER T HEORY 23 LA SER S E LF - C O NSISTENCY EQ UATIONS Lamb's theory of laser operation provides a very powerful means for interpreting and predicting complex time
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THE INTERACTION OF RADIATION AND MATTER: SEMICLASSICAL THEORY V. PAGE 47 E LEMENTARY L ASER MODELS - - RATE EQUATION APPROACH: P O PULATION IN VERSION AND LA SERING I N A TH REE -L E VEL S Y STEM Obviously, the trick in building masers and lasers has been
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THE INTERACTION OF RADIATION AND MATTER: SEMICLASSICAL THEORY IV. PAGE 38 REVIEW O F B A SIC QU ANTUM ME CHANICS : T H E T HERMAL RADIATION F IELD P L ANCK ' S RA DIATION LA W FOR TH ERMAL S O URCES :16 To set the stage for subsequent discussions of laser
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THE INTERACTION OF RADIATION AND MATTER: SEMICLASSICAL THEORY III. REVIEW O F B A SIC QU ANTUM SY STEMS : QU ANTUM ME CHANICS : PAGE 26 T WO- L EVEL The literature of quantum optics and laser spectroscopy abounds with discussions of the two-level (two-sta
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THE INTERACTION OF RADIATION AND MATTER: SEMICLASSICAL THEORY II. PAGE 12 REVIEW OF B A SIC QU ANTUM ME CHANICS : D Y NAMIC B EHAVIOR OF QU ANTUM SY STEMS : QU ANTUM ME CHANICAL EQ UATIONS OF MOTION: To this point our review, we have been concerned with d
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THE INTERACTION OF RADIATION AND MATTER : S EMICLASSICAL THEORY I. REVIEW OF B A SIC QU ANTUM ME CHANICS : C O NCEPTS , P O STULATES AND N OTATION: At the outset, let us, briefly, reconsider why quantum mechanics is necessary? Forces known in classical el
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ON CLASSICAL ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS IX. PAGE 75 OPTICAL P ULSE P ROPAGATION TH E EL ECTROMAGNETIC N O NLINEAR S C HRDINGER EQ UATION : We begin our discussion of optical pulse propagation35 with a derivation of the nonlinear Schrdinger (NLS) equation. To
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ON CLASSICAL ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS PAGE 74 VIII. G UIDED WAVES IN P LANAR STRUCTURES CH ARACTERISTICS OF P L ANE WA VE S O LUTIONS : For the record, let us restate the frequency domain, macroscopic Maxwell's equations which are valid in the high frequenc
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ON CLASSICAL ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS PAGE 58 VII. N ONLINEAR OPTICS - - C LASSICAL P ICTURE: AN EX TENDED P H ENOMENOLOGICAL MODEL OF POLARIZATION : As an introduction to the subject of nonlinear optical phenomena, we write, in the spirit of Equation [ I-4
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PY105 Test 1, Fall 2005 PROBLEM 1 10 points The graph shows your motion along a straight sidewalk over a 50-second interval. [2 points] (a) What is your velocity at t = 45 s? [2 points] (b) What is your acceleration at t = 10 s? [2 points] (c) At
School: BU
Course: Physics
There is a "Hear if lElallOHSHlD DEIWEEH the number of treats each dolphin reoelves and the number Df repetitions requlred DO learn a new trick. Explanation: close A A linear relationship exists when the line that best fits the data polnts Is a straight
School: BU
Course: Physics
Chapter9Correlation Correlation:relationshipbetweentwovariables Correlationcoefficient:thedegreeorstrengthofthecorrelation/relationship ThemostcommoncorrelationcoefficientisthePearsonproductmoment correlationcoefficient Scatterplot:mostusefultechniquesto
School: BU
Course: Physics
Block2:Ina2wayANOVA,whatistheimplicationofasignificantAxBinteraction onthemaineffectsoffactorsAandB? 1. 2. 3. 4. Atleastoneofthemaineffectsmustbesignificant Bothofthemaineffectsmustbesignificant Neitheraresignificant Thesignificanceoftheinteractionhasnoim
School: BU
Course: Physics
ErrorsassociatedwithWesternblot: o Poor protein transfer to the membrane. If there's no protein, there will be no signal. o Improper washing will result in excess antibody remaining on the blot. o Faint bands: Low protein-antibody binding. Reduce the numb
School: BU
Course: Physics
PHYS2100 Introduction to Physics I Fall 2014 Problems from Serway & Jewett , Principles of Physics (5th Ed., Brooks-Cole, 2013) Homework #5: Written Assignment: due Fri. 10/10 6.15 6.24 6.32 6.40 Electronic Assignment: due Wed. 10/8 6.06 6.09 6.14 6.18 6.