PHY3063 Spring 2007
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PHY 3063 Exam 1 Solutions
Problem 1 (20 points):
Circle true or false for the following 5 questions (1 point each):
(a) (True or False,) The laws of physics are invariant under a change in inertial frame.
(b) (True or False
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Expectation Values and Differential Operators (2)
Dynamical Variables become Differential Operators:
2
2
E op = ih
( p x ) op = ih
( p x ) op = h 2 2
x
t
x
Expectation Values of Dynamical Quantities: The average momentum is
given by
(
PHY3063 Spring 2007
Problem Set 6
PHY 3063 Problem Set #6
Due Tuesday March 20 (in class)
(Total Points = 70, Late homework = 50%)
Reading: Finish reading Tipler & Llewellyn Chapter 4 and start reading Chapter 5 and 6.
Useful Math:
x e
0
n a2 x2
dx =
1
+
PHY3063 Spring 2007
Problem Set 7
PHY 3063 Problem Set #7
Due Thursday April 5 (in class)
(Total Points = 110, Late homework = 50%)
Reading: Finish reading Tipler & Llewellyn Chapter 5 and 6.
Problem 1 (25 points):.
(a) (2 points) Show that the sum of two
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Schrdingers Equation
The Classical Hamiltonian: Classically the energy is the sum of the kinetic
energy plus the potential energy as follows (in one dimension):
p2
E = x + V ( x) ,
2m
and hence corresponding Quantum Mechanical Hamilton
PHY3063 Spring 2007
Problem Set 8
PHY 3063 Problem Set #8
Due Tuesday April 24 (in class)
(Total Points = 105)
Reading: Read Tipler & Llewellyn Chapter 7.
Problem 1 (20 points): The Pauli spin matrices are given by
0 1
0 i
1 0
x =
y =
z =
1 0
i 0
0 1
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Probability Flux
Probability Flux: Look at the time dependence of the
probability that the particle lies in the region x1 x x2
j(x1,t)
j(x2,t)
P(x1,x2,t)
x2
P ( x1 , x 2 , t ) = * ( x, t ) ( x, t ) dx .
x1
x2
x1
We see that
x
dP ( x1 ,
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The Scope of PHY3063
Physics: To devise concepts and laws that can help us
to understand the universe (i.e. nature)!
speed
seed of light in vacuum
c
Relativity Physics
Relativistic
Quantum
Physics
?
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Quantum
Physics
Classical
Ph
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The Infinite Square Well (1)
One Dimensional Box
Particle in a One-Dimensional Box: Consider the
solution of
h 2 d 2 ( x )
+ V ( x ) ( x ) = E ( x ) ,
2m dx 2
where
0
( x, t ) = ( x )e iEt / h ,
for the case V(x) = if x 0 and V(x) =
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The Infinite Square Well (2)
Normalized Wavefunctions: Now we require that
n
( x ) n ( x ) dx = 1 ,
and hence
L
4 LA 2
4 A sin ( nx / L ) dx =
n
0
2
2
n
sin
2
I multiplied the
wavefunctions by the phase
e-i/2 to make them real!
d = 2
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Euclidean Geometry in Empty Space
Experimental observation!
The homogeniety and isotropy of euclidean space can be express by
three invariance principles (i.e. symmetries of empty space):
Leads to linear
momentum conservation!
Invarian
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The Infinite Square Well (3)
Average Value of px: The average value of px for the nth state is
dn ( x )
< p x > n = n ( x )( p x ) op n ( x ) dx = ih n ( x )
dx
dx
n
2i h n
2i h
=
sin( nx / L ) cos( nx / L ) dx =
sin( ) cos( ) d = 0
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Galilean Transformation
y
Consider two frames of reference the
O-frame (label events according to
t,x,y,z) and the O'-frame (label events
according to t',x',y',z') moving at a
constant velocity V, with respect to each
other at let the
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The Infinite Square Well (4)
One Dimensional Box
Particle in a One-Dimensional Box: Consider the
solution of
h 2 d 2 ( x )
+ V ( x ) ( x ) = E ( x ) ,
2m dx 2
where
-L/2
( x, t ) = ( x )e iEt / h ,
for the case V(x) = if x -L/2 and V
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Postulates of Classical Physics
Consider two frames of reference the
O-frame (label events according to
t,x,y,z) and the O'-frame (label events
according to t',x',y',z') moving at a
constant velocity V, with respect to
each other at le
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The Infinite Square Well (5)
Case II: Another set of solutions comes from taking A' = 0 and sin(kL/2) =
0, which implies that kL/2 = n- with n- = 1, 2, 3, . Thus,
n ( x ) = 2 B ' sin( 2n x / L )
and
h 2 k 2 2 h 2 2 ( n ) 2
2h 2 2
=
=
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Conservation of Linear Momentum (Classical)
y'
y
y'
y
V
V
Before Collision
After Collision
m2
m1
M1
O O'
O O'
x
x'
x
z'
z
M2
x'
z'
z
Consider two frames of reference the O-frame (label events according to
t,x,y,z) and the O'-frame (lab
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Useful Math
Trigonometric Relations:
sin( A B ) = sin A cos B cos A sin B
cos( A B ) = cos A cos B m sin A sin B
2 cos A cos B = cos( A + B ) + cos( A B )
2 sin A sin B = cos( A + B ) cos( A B )
2 sin A cos B = sin( A + B ) + sin( A B
PHY3063 Spring 2007
Problem Set 5
PHY 3063 Problem Set #5
Due Thursday February 22 (in class)
(Total Points = 60, Late homework = 50%)
Reading: Finish reading Tipler & Llewellyn Chapter 3 and start reading Chapter 4.
Problem 1 (5 points): A metal has a wo
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Expectation Values and Differential Operators (1)
One Space Dimension: To make things easier we will start with just one
space dimension x so that
2
( x, t ) dx = ( x, t ) dx
is the probability of finding the particle at time t betwee
PHY3063 Spring 2007
Problem Set 4
PHY 3063 Problem Set #4
Due Thursday February 15 (in class)
(Total Points = 70, Late homework = 50%)
Reading: Continue reading Tipler & Llewellyn Chapter 3.
Problem 1 (10 points): Consider a two dimensional conducting squ
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Double Slit Interference
The simplest way to produce a
phase shift a difference in the
path length between the two
wave sources, S1 and S2 is with
a double slit. The point P is
located on a screen that is a
distance L away from the sli
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PHY 3063 Exam 1 Name_
Problem 1 (25 points):
A rod with is at rest in the O-frame (parallel to the
y'
y
Cart at rest in
x-axis) with the left end of the rod (L) at x = 0 and
the O'-frame.
right end (R) at x = R and a cart w
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Double Slit Intensity Pattern
We form the superposition of the two
waves at the point P on the screen as
follows.
Double Slit
r1
S1
d
S2
1 = Aei ( kr1 t )
r2
2 = Aei ( kr2 t )
tot = 1 + 2
r =d sin
and thus
tot = 1 + 2 = Aei ( kr1t ) +
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PHY 3063 Exam 2 Solutions
Problem 1 (25 points): Consider an atom consisting of a proton and a muon. A proton has an
electric charge +e and rest mass energy Mpc2 940 MeV. A muon is an elementary particle with
charge e simil
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The Davidson-Germer Experiment
Bragg X-Ray Scattering (photons):
Consider the scattering (or reflection) of Xrays from two adjacent planes of atoms (called
Bragg planes). To a good approximation the
path length difference between ray 1
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PHY 3063 Exam 2 Name_
Problem 1 (25 points): Consider an atom consisting of a proton and a muon. A proton has an
electric charge +e and rest mass energy Mpc2 940 MeV. A muon is an elementary particle with
charge e similar t
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PHY 3063 Final Exam Solutions
Problem 1 (35 points): Consider an particle with mass m
Infinite Square Well
confined within an infinite square well defined by
V(x) = 0 for 0 < x < L,
V = +infinity
V = +infinity
V(x) = + othe
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Wave of what?
Inescapable Consequence of Wave Packets
Wave Packet
De Broglie postulated that the pilot wavex
packet governs the motion of the electron.
However, the electron is a point like
electron
elementary particle (i.e. radius zer
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PHY 3063 Final Exam Name_
Problem 1 (35 points): Consider an particle with mass m
Infinite Square Well
confined within an infinite square well defined by
V(x) = 0 for 0 < x < L,
V = +infinity
V = +infinity
V(x) = + otherwis
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HOMEWORK B
Instructor: Yoonseok Lee
HW 1: Tipler 1-16
HW 2: A rod of length `o lies in the x0 y 0 plane of its rest frame and makes an angle o with
the x0 axis. What is the length and orientation of the rod in the lab frame (x, y) in w
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HOMEWORK D
Instructor: Yoonseok Lee
HW 1: In class we derived the the angle dependence of a photon energy E() scattered off
a particle of mass mo at rest:
E() =
Eo
,
1 + mEooc2 (1 cos )
where Eo is the initial photon energy. Using the
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HOMEWORK A
Instructor: Yoonseok Lee
1: We have discussed the drag force on a moving object (sphere) in fluid. Let us perform
the dimensional analysis with a slightly different set of governing variables:
Fd = f (D, v, , )
where D, v, ,
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HOMEWORK C
Instructor: Yoonseok Lee
HW 1: Tipler 2-30
HW 2: Tipler Example 2-7 p.82.
HW 3: Tipler 2-43.
HW 4: Tipler 2-47.
HW 5: Tipler 2-29.
HW 6: Tipler 2-30.
HW 7: A particle of rest mass mo and speed v collides and sticks to a stat