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The STRONG FORCE
Nucleons are bound together through the STRONG FORCE which
is not fully known
However from experimental studies of nucleon-nucleon scattering
and from studies of the deutero
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Binding Energy
Semi-empirical Formula
Binding Energy
The total energy (mass) of a nucleus is less than the combined
energy of the separated nucleons
This difference in energy is called the
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Scintillation Detectors
A NaI crystal coupled to a photomultiplier
tube.
A number of identical
photomultiplier tubes
from a Gamma Camera.
In a SCINTILLATOR DETECTOR, the energy of an
SCINTI
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Scattering and Nuclear
Reactions
Besides the spontaneous emission processes (natural radioactivity)
nuclear decays can also been induce by bombarding a given
nucleus with a particle of large
Matter waves
Text: Chapter 6
Louis de Broglie
1892-1987
The Nobel Prize in Physics
1929
"for his discovery of the
wave nature of electrons"
Quantization: Standing Waves
De Broglie Waves
Electron is
The Schrdinger Equation
in One Dimension
Text: Chapter 7
Erwin Schrdinger
Nobel Prize, 1933"for the
discovery of new productive
forms of atomic theory,
together with Paul Dirac
The Time-Dependent Sc
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Serotonergic transcriptional
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Speech motor learning in profoundly deaf adults
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Time- Dependent Quantum States
Copenhagen Interpretation of Wave
Function
When a measurement is done the wave
function collapses into a state corresponding
to a measured value (say, energy, position,
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Introduction
Thermal radiation is typically considered the starting point in many texts for discussions
of old quant
Diffraction
Text:Chapters11and12
Whatisdiffraction?
Waves go around the corner
DiffractionofLight
DiffractionofSound
Diffraction
Shadowofa
Lightdoesnotalways
hand
illuminated
travelinastraight
bya
lin
8 Genre Research in Workplace and
Professional Contexts
In addition to the growing body of empirical research on genre in
academic contexts is a wide range of research studies that investigate
profess
Coherence
Text: Chapter 9
Fourier Analysis
Fourier Transform of the finite
harmonic wave
Temporal Coherence and Line Width
Correlation Function
Beam-Split Correlation Function
Beam-Split Correlation F
SUPERPOSITION of WAVES
Text: Chapter 6
Complex Form
Geometry
Trigonometry
Two Wave Superposition: Summary
Interference of Light
Text: Chapter 7
Two-Beam Interference
For two Plane Waves
I out
I1 I 2
1
Near-Infrared
Spectro-Imaging of
Tissue
(NIRSI)
Optical Spectroscopy
Beers law:
a
i
ci
i
NIRSI
Light Propagation in Tissues
Absorption
~0.1 cm-1
a
Scattering
s ~ 10 cm-1
NIRSI
Boltzmann Transport
Equa
Production of Polarized Light
Text: Chapter 15
z
EM Wave
E and also perpendicular
Wave front
x
y
States of polarization
y
E-field
variation over
time (and
space)
a
E-field variation
over time (and
spa
Wave Math
Maxwell Equations and Wave Equation
1 2E
2
E
2
2
c
t
1 2B
2
B
2
2
ct
The one-dimensional wave
equation
2
f
2
x
1
2
v
2
f
t
2
0
One-Dimensional Wave Equation
2
f
x2
1
v2
2
f
t
2
0
Plane Wav
Radiometry
Solid Angle
The solid angle, , is the angle in threedimensional space that an object subtends at
a point. It is a measure of how big that object
appears to an observer looking from that
po
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REVIEW OF Quantum
Mechanics
Matter Waves
The interpretation of matter waves, which evolved
from classical ideas, was first suggested by Max Born
in 1928
Similarly to the description of clas
Quantum Physics I
A historic introduction
Necessary Background
Calculus: limits, Integration and differentiation
Probability
Differential equations
Complex numbers and functions
Newtonian Mechanics
Wa
Photoelectric Effect
Apparatus
Effect of Light Irradiance
Effect of Light Frequency
Albert Einstein
1921 Nobel Prize in Physics
"for his services to Theoretical
Physics, and especially for his
disco
Rutherford (planetary) model of atom
Atomic Spectra
Niels Bohr
1885-1962
The Nobel Prize in Physics 1922
"for his services in the investigation of the
structure of atoms and of the radiation
emanating
Electron Spin
Quantum Magnets
Text: Chapter 9
Quantum Properties of Angular
Momentum
Spin Angular Momentum
Electron Spin
Spins of other particles
Magnetic Moments
Quantum Magnetic Moments
The Zeeman E
Planks Theory of Thermal
Radiation Spectrum
Energy Quantization of
Electromagnetic Field Oscillators
Origins of Quantum Physics
Black Body
Radiation
Radiation of
atoms
Quantization
of the energy
of fi