ELEG 667016; MSEG-667-016 - Solid State Nanoelectronics Fall 2005
Homework #3 - due Thursday, 22 September 2005, in class
1. Ferroelectric criterion for atoms: Consider a system of two neutral atoms separated
by a fixed distance a, each atom having a pola

ELEG 667016; MSEG-667-016 - Solid State Nanoelectronics Fall 2005
Homework #3 (revised) - due Thursday, 22 September 2005, in class
1. Ferroelectric criterion for atoms: Consider a system of two neutral atoms separated
by a fixed distance a, each atom hav

ELEG 667016; MSEG-667-016 - Solid State Nanoelectronics Fall 2005
Solution
Homework #3 - due Thursday, 22 September 2005, in class
1. Ferroelectric criterion for atoms: Consider a system of two neutral atoms separated by a
fixed distance a, each atom havi

ELEG 667016; MSEG-667-016 - Solid State Nanoelectronics Fall 2005
Homework #4 - due Tuesday, 4 October 2005, in class
1. Structure: Using the nomenclature for the branching group from Fig. 1, p. 131 in
Waser, and Fig. 7 for the location of the double bond

ELEG 667016; MSEG-667-016 - Solid State Nanoelectronics Fall 2005
Solutions
Homework #5 - due Tuesday, 17 October 2005, in class
1.
The maximum demagnetization field in a Nel wall is 4 Ms, (in cgs units) and the maximum
1
self-energy density is ( 4M s ) M

ELEG 667016; MSEG-667-016 - Solid State Nanoelectronics Fall 2005
Homework #6 - due Thursday, 3 November 2005, in class
1. Molecular Beam Epitaxy: The evaporation of a material from a Knudsen cell is given by the
Langmuir equation on p. 206 of the text (W

Homework #1
Due 8 Sept 2005
1
1 4 x
1.) The 1-dimensional Gaussian wave function is ( x) = e
1
2
2
, which
1 4 k 2
Fourier transforms to (k ) = e
.
a. Determine the particle probability density (in x) and plot it as a function of
x.
b. Determine x =