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Welcome to
Waves and Quantum Physics
Interference and diffraction
photons and matter waves
the Bohr atom
uncertainty principle
wave mechanics.
Prof. Vo Van Hoang
Department of Physics, Faculty of Applied Science
Institute of Technology of HochiMinh C

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Potentials and the
Hydrogen Atom
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Lecture 4:Applications of interference
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Rosalind Franklin made the first x-ray diffraction
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Two-Slit Interference of Light: Young
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Multiple-Slit Interference
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When two waves are present at the same point in
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P
Lecture 3:
Diffraction
&
Spectroscopy
Incident Wave
(wavelength )
a
y
L
We will discuss N-split interference (diffraction) and singlesplit diffraction
(2 slits)
Multi-slit Interference,
I = 4I1cos2(2)
(For point sources, I1 = constant.)
and
Single-slit

Lecture 7: Schrdingers
Equation
and the Particle in a Box
(x)
U=
0
n=1
n=3
U=
L x
n=2
Content
Particle in a Box - matter waves in an infinite
square well
Wavefunction normalization
Last lecture: The time-independent SEQ (in
1D)
2
2
KE term
d ( x)
U ( x)

Quantum mechanics is the
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and light in all its details and, in
particular, of the happenings on an
atomic scale. Things on a very small
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Lecture 4:Applications of
interference and diffraction
Rosalind Franklin made the first x-ray
diffraction imaging of DNA; her pictures
X-ray Diffraction for Crystallography
If we know about the grating, we can use the diffraction pattern to learn about th

Anyone who can contemplate
quantum mechanics without
getting dizzy hasnt understood it.
-Neils Bohr
Lecture 09: Particles in 3D
Potentials and the
Hydrogen Atom
1 r / ao
(r )
e
3
ao
( x, y, z ) ( x) ( y ) ( z )
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L
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Lecture 4:Applications of
interference and diffraction
Rosalind Franklin made the first x-ray
diffraction imaging of DNA; her pictures
X-ray Diffraction for Crystallography
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Waves and Quantum Physics
Interference and diffraction
Photons and matter waves
The Bohr atom
Introduction to quantum Physics.
Introduction to solid state physics
Prof. Vo Van Hoang
Department of Physics, Faculty of Applied Science
Institu

Lecture 2:
erference
P
y
S3
d
S2
S1
Incident wave
(wavelength )
Content:
Interference of Sound waves
Two-Slit Interference of Light: Young
Interference
Multiple-Slit Interference
L
Interference of
Waves:
When two waves are present at the same point in
spa

P
Lecture 3:
Diffraction
&
Spectroscopy
Incident Wave
(wavelength )
a
y
L
We will discuss N-split interference (diffraction) and singlesplit diffraction
(2 slits)
Multi-slit Interference,
I = 4I1cos2(2)
(For point sources, I1 = constant.)
and
Single-slit

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Lecture 7: Schrdingers
Equation
and the Particle in a Box
(x)
U=
0
n=1
n=3
U=
L x
n=2
Content
Particle in a Box - matter waves in an infinite
square well
Wavefunction normalization
Last lecture: The time-independent SEQ (in
1D)
2
2
KE term
d ( x)
U ( x)

Anyone who can contemplate
quantum mechanics without
getting dizzy hasnt understood it.
-Neils Bohr
Lecture 09: Particles in 3D
Potentials and the
Hydrogen Atom
1 r / ao
(r )
e
3
ao
( x, y, z ) ( x) ( y ) ( z )
z
1 1
1
L
L
P(r)x) 0.5
g(
x
0
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0 0
L
2
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