Problems:
5.4, 5.6 from relativity book
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1. The wording of problem 5.4 is confusing. The are several things that move along world lines.
A is the space-time trajectory or world line of the front o
Problems: Due Thurs, 9/15/2011
1. (medium. Classical Relativity and Space Time Diagrams.) According to an observer on earth a ticking
time bomb at x = 0 starts ticking at time t = 0. Five seconds late
Problems: Due 9/30
7.10 (Graded)
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1. (easy) Suppose one photon has an energy of 200 MeV and is traveling along the x axis. Suppose another has
an energy of 100 MeV and is traveling along the y axis
Problems:
7.8, 7.5, 7.7 Graded
1. Starting with (r, , ) = R(r)Y (, ) substitute into the Schrdinger equation and show (using the technique
o
of separation of variables) that R satises
2
1
2m r2 r
r2
r
Problems:
1. Periodic Table. What is the electronic structure of Ne, Z = 10. Make an educated guess about its chemical
reactivity. What is the electronic structure of Oxygen Z = 8. What is the electro
PHY 252 Lab 2: the Photoelectric Effect
Spring 2007
In this experiment you will use the photoelectric effect to measure the Planck constant h. While
measurements of the Planck blackbody spectrum led t
Numerical Solution of a PotentialFinal Project
1 Introduction
The purpose is to determine the lowest order wave functions of and energies a potential
which describes the vibrations of molecules fairly
1
Any analytic function
We can expand around x0
f (x) = f (x0 ) + f (x0 )x + f (x0 )
(x2 )
+ .
2!
where x = x x0
2
Trig and Exponential
x5
x3
+ .
3!
5!
x2
x4
cos(x) = 1
+ .
2!
4!
x2
+ .
ex = 1 + x +
Quantity
Coulombs Constant
Electron Mass
Electron Charge
Electron Volt
Permitivity
Magnetic Permeability
Speed of Light
Plancks Constant
Symbol
kC = 1/4
me
e
eV
o
o
c
h
Integrals
2
du eu
2
du u2 eu
du
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10/
1
Spherical Polar Coordinates
Constants to remember
1. Electron and proton mass
me c2 = 0.511 MeV
mp c2 = 93
Subject and Problems on Second Exam
1. Understand solid angles and how they are used when describing scattering. The
Rutherford experiment is a prototype. You should know how to integrate over a
spher
General
1. The exam will cover all material from problem set 5 to problem set 11.
2. You may bring a full page of formulas (front and back).
3. There is a formula sheet on the web site. But you may NO
Name: Derek Teaney
Lab Section: 01
Date: 01/01/01
Projectile Motion
1 Introduction
The purpose here is to convince the TA that you understood how the lab worked. Needlessly philosophical or lengthy re
Numerical Solution
1. Start at x
= xmax .
Specify the wave function and derivative:
(x) = 106
(x)
Choose an energy arbitrarily E = 0.3
2. Integrate forward with x
(x + x)
(x + x)
d (x)
dx
d
= 106
Using matlab
1. Go to one of the sinc sites on campus. You will need a netid to login. Find matlab
under the Start tab, or by going to C:\Program Files\MATLAB under the My Computer
tab, and launch the
Quantity
Coulombs Constant
Electron Mass
Electron Charge
Electron Volt
Permitivity
Magnetic Permeability
Speed of Light
Plancks Constant
Symbol
kC = 1/4
me
e
eV
o
o
c
h
Integrals
2
du eu
2
du u2 eu
du
Quantity
Coulombs Constant
Electron Mass
Proton Mass
Electron Charge
Electron Volt
Permitivity
Magnetic Permeability
Speed of Light
Plancks Constant
Plancks Constant/2
Symbol
Integrals
2
du eu
Value
2
Quantity
Coulombs Constant
Electron Mass
Proton Mass
Electron Charge
Electron Volt
Permitivity
Magnetic Permeability
Speed of Light
Plancks Constant
Plancks Constant/2
Symbol
Integrals
2
du eu
Value
2