JAMES KEVIN INGERSENT
September 2011
Department of Physics
University of Florida
P. O. Box 118440
Gainesville, Florida 326118440
USA
Phone: (352) 3928748
Fax:
(352) 3920524
(352) 8460295
E-mail: ingersent@u.edu
Web: www.phys.u.edu/kevin
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PHY4604
Problem Set 5 Solutions
PHY 4604 Problem Set #5 Solutions
Problem 1 (20 points): Use separation of variables in Cartesian coordinates to solve the infinite cubical well (or "particle in a box"): 0 0 < x < L,0 < y < L,0 < z < L V ( x, y , z
PHY 4604 Spring 2012 Homework 3 Due at the start of class on Wednesday, February 15. No credit will be available for homework submitted after the start of class on Monday, February 20. Answer all three questions. Please write neatly and include your name
PHY 4604 Fall 2010 - Exam 2 DO NOT TURN THE PAGE UNTIL INSTRUCTED TO DO SO Instructions: Attempt both questions. The maximum possible credit for each part of each question is shown in square brackets. Please try to write your solution neatly and legibly.
PHY 4604 Fall 2010 - Final Exam DO NOT TURN THE PAGE UNTIL INSTRUCTED TO DO SO Instructions: Attempt all three questions. The maximum possible credit for each question is shown in square brackets. Please try to write neatly! You will receive credit only f
PHY 4604 Spring 2012 Homework 1 Due at the start of class on Friday, January 20. No credit will be available for homework submitted after the start of class on Wednesday, January 25. Answer all four questions. Please write neatly and include your name on
PHY 4604 Spring 2012 Homework 2 Due at the start of class on Friday, February 3. No credit will be available for homework submitted after the start of class on Wednesday, February 8. Answer all three questions. Please write neatly and include your name on
PHY 4604 Spring 2012 Exam 1
DO NOT TURN THE PAGE UNTIL INSTRUCTED TO DO SO
Instructions: Attempt all three questions. The maximum possible credit for each part
of each question is shown in square brackets. Please try to write your solution neatly and
legi
PHY 4604 Spring 2012 Exam 2
DO NOT TURN THE PAGE UNTIL INSTRUCTED TO DO SO
Instructions: Attempt both questions. The maximum possible credit for each part of
each question is shown in square brackets. Please try to write your solution neatly and
legibly.
PHY 4604 Fall 2010 Homework 6
Due at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, November 12. Please turn in your homework in
class before the deadline, or else bring it to NPB 2162. (You may push it under
the door if NPB 2162 is unoccupied.) No credit will be available for hom
Complex Numbers: A Brief Review Any complex number z can be written in the Cartesian form z = x + iy, where x and y are real and i is one of the square roots of -1 (the other being -i). Here, x Re z is the real part of z and y Im z is its imaginary part.
UF Physics Undergraduate Advising Newsletter
Coordinator: Yoonseok Lee (yoonslee@phys.ufl.edu)
Page 1/2 October, 2009
Meet your advisor regularly!
List of Advisors and Office hours
http:/www.phys.ufl.edu/academics/undergraduate/
or Sned an e-mail to advis
PHY 4604 Fall 2010 Homework 7
Due at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, December 3. Please turn in your homework in class
before the deadline, or else bring it to NPB 2162. (You may push it under
the door if NPB 2162 is unoccupied.) No credit will be available for home
PHY 4604 Fall 2009 Homework 7
Due at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, December 4. Please turn in your homework in class
before the deadline, or else bring it to NPB 2162. (You may push it under
the door if NPB 2162 is unoccupied.) No credit will be available for home
PHY 4604 Fall 2010 Homework 8
This assignment may be submitted for full credit until 5:00 p.m. on Monday,
December 13 (after which time no credit will be available). Please bring your
homework to NPB 2162, pushing it under the door if necessary.
Answer al
PHY 4604 Fall 2009 Homework 8 Due at 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, December 9. This assignment may be turned in without any late penalty until 5:00 p.m. on Monday, December 14, after which time no credit will be available. Please submit the homework in class or
PHY 4604 Fall 2008 Practice Questions for Exam 2 (With Solutions)
1. A particle of mass m moves in one dimension under the potential
V (x) =
V0 a (x a)
for x < 0,
for x > 0,
where V0 and a are positive quantities.
(a) Write down the general form of a stat
Department of Physics
Undergraduate Program
Bachelor of Arts
The Bachelor of Arts [BA] Degree Program is for students who want to major in physics
but are not presently contemplating physics graduate studies. It provides a good
foundation in the fundament
Department of Physics
Undergraduate Program
Bachelor of Science
Students with a strong interest in understanding the fundamental whys and hows of
natural physical phenomena are encouraged to consider majoring in physics. The
knowledge acquired and analyti
-UF Physics Undergraduate Advising Newsletter
March/April 2008
-Registration for Fall and Summer classes will begin next week. This newsletter
covers common advising questions relating to preregistration and has some
announcements for graduating seniors.
UF Physics Undergraduate Advising Newsletter
Page 1/2 March, 2011
Coordinator: Yoonseok Lee (yoonslee@phys.ufl.edu)
Mark your calendar!
Meet your advisor regularly!
List of Advisors and Office hours
http:/www.phys.ufl.edu/academics/undergraduate/
or Sned
PHY 4604 Spring 2012 Final Exam
DO NOT TURN THE PAGE UNTIL INSTRUCTED TO DO SO
Instructions: Attempt all three questions. The maximum possible credit for each question is shown in square brackets. Please try to write neatly!
You will receive credit only f
PHY4604Introduction to Quantum Mechanics
Fall 2004
Practice Test 1 solutions
October 6, 2004
These problems are similar but not identical to the actual test. One or two parts will
actually show up.
1. Short answer.
Explain the photoelectric eect
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