MSE 310-ECE 340
Electrical Properties of Materials
Dept. of Materials Science & Engineering
Fall 2011/Bill Knowlton
Problem Set 5
(Show all work for all problems)
1. In class, we solved the potential barrier step problem leaving out several mathematical s
3.2.11 Special Functions
This is directly from "Special Functions" in the Mathematica Help
Browser
Mathematica includes all the common special functions of
mathematical physics found in standard handbooks. We will discuss
each of the various classes of fu
MSE 310/ECE 340
Instructor: Bill Knowlton
Examples of Plotting Functions
Example 1: Using the command ListPlot[ ] to plot data in a scatter plot
In[1]:=
Initialize data
ClearsomeData, somePlot
Place data in list
someData
1
1
1
1
1 17, 4270,
, 1350,
,
Extra Credit - Create your own problem to take advantage of
using:
1. FindRoot[ ]
2. Solve [ ] and DSolve[ ]
3. /.
Create examples for both 1 and for 2 while using 3 in both.
The example below uses 1 and 3.
Two equations and two unknowns (x1 and x2)
Here
MSE 310/ECE 340
Electrical Properties of Materials
Dept. of Materials Science & Engineering
Fall 2011/Bill Knowlton
Problem Set 4 Solutions
(Show all work for all problems)
1. In class, we considered the radial wave function of an electron in a hydrogen a
MSE 310/ECE 340
Electrical Properties of Materials
Dept. of Materials Science & Engineering
Fall 2011/Bill Knowlton
Problem Set 4
(Show all work for all problems)
1. In class, we considered the radial wave function of an electron in a hydrogen atom given
Dept. of Materials Science & Engineering
Fall 2011/Bill Knowlton
MSE 310/ECE 340
Electrical Properties of Materials
Problem Set 3
1. ABET PROBLEM: You are to determine the identity of three mystery (i.e., unknown) elements. The
only information you have a
MSE 310-ECE 340
Electrical Properties of Materials
Dept. of Materials Science & Engineering
Fall 2011/Bill Knowlton
Problem Set 2 Solutions
1. The electrons in a certain material have the following properties: drift velocity is 103 m/s, the mobility is
cm
Dept. of Materials Science & Engineering
Fall 2011/Bill Knowlton
MSE 310-ECE 340
Electrical Properties of Materials
Problem Set 2
1. The electrons in a certain material have the following properties: drift velocity is 103 m/s, the mobility is
cm 2
40
and
MSE 310/ECE 340
Instructor: Bill Knowlton
Problem Set 0
Fall 2011
Solutions for Problem Set 0
2a. Create a data set of at least 4 sets of (x,y) data where x = electric field and y = voltage. For instance, at 0
volts, the electric field is 0 therefore we
MSE 310/ECE 340
Electrical Properties of Materials
Dept. of Materials Science & Engineering
Fall 2011/Bill Knowlton
Problem Set 1 Solutions
1.
Ethics: [ABET question]
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MSE 310/ECE 340
Electrical Properties of Materials
Dept. of Materials Science & Engineering
Fall 2011/Bill Knowlton
Problem Set 1
1.
Ethics: [ABET question]
Go to my Courses Website at
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MSE 310/ECE 340
Electrical Properties of Materials
Dept. of Materials Science & Engineering
Fall 2011/Bill Knowlton
Problem Set 0
1. Download the Band Diagram Program and open the file Au-Sio2-Au.bds. Keep this program on your computer
as we will be using
Boise State University
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Fall 2011
Bill Knowlton
MSE 310/ECE 340: Electrical Properties of Materials
- Course Syllabus and Objectives - You are responsible for understanding what is expected of you as outlined
Bill Knowlton and Wan Kuang
ECE and MSE Departments
Boise State University
Linear Algebra and Matrix Algebra Module
Linear equations are very common in Engineering and science problems. This tutorial will teach you how to use Mathematica to solve such equ
Dept. of Materials Science & Engineering
Bill Knowlton
Extra Credit
Mathematical operators:
An operator is a symbol that tells you to do something to whatever follows the symbol.
Typically the operator will have a hat or caret symbol,^, over it. An exampl
Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering
Bill Knowlton
Extra Credit Assignment 2
Using the computers in MEC 408 (or your own software package of Mathematica), use
Mathematica to work through:
From Chapter 0 of the book A Mathematica Companion for Diffe
Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering
Bill Knowlton
Extra Credit Assignment 1
Using the computers in various computer labs throughout the university and COEN (e.g,
ET 239), use Mathematica to work through:
Mathematica Getting Started (Mathematica 7)
Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering
Bill Knowlton
Differential Equations Module Chapter 1
Using the computers in MEC 408 (or your own software package of Mathematica), use
Mathematica to work through:
From Chapter 1: An Introduction to Differentia
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Extra Credit Assignment #4
Your Assignment: (NOTE: USE YOUR OWN EQUATION)
1. Using Mathematica, use the Style Sheet called ArticleModern (under
Format > Style Sheet) for this assignment.
Use various Styles (under Format > Style) to d
Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering
Bill Knowlton
Extra Credit for Advanced Mathematica Users
Note: These extra credit assignments are for students that have already finished the extra
credit assignments in this or other courses. In order to obtain
Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering
Bill Knowlton
Extra Credit Assignment 3
Using the computers in MEC 408 (or your own software package of Mathematica), use
Mathematica to work through:
From Chapter 0 of the book A Mathematica Companion for Diffe
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Materials Science and Engineering
Boise State University
Text, Arrows and Legends - How to use them in you plots
Extra Credit: Use the example below to create
your own program
We will plotting the activity of component one and two as a function