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EECS 384 FINAL
Mar 18, 2008
If you finish before the time is up, PLEASE CHECK YOUR WORK !
Please examine the FORMULA SHEET attached to the back of this exam packet.
For the course grade, the

Evalua8on SOLUTIONS, Round 1A
#1) What is the volume of a simple cubic unit cell, with conven8onal cubic
la9ce constant a?
A. a3
B. a3/2
C. a3/4
D. a3/8
#2) What is the volume of a BCC unit ce

Quiz Team SOLUTIONS, ROUND 4A
Electronic states are represented on the right as individual lines _ at the energies E0, E1,
and E2. Dots are drawn to represent electrons occupying the respec8ve states lled
according

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EECS 384
HOMEWORK #3 : BLOCHS THEOREM
(Due Saturday, 27 Oct. 5 pm, Tech
L387)
BE SURE YOU ARE USING THE THIRD EDITION OF RAZEGHI FOR THIS
HOMEWORK !
Problems from Chapter 4, Razeghi:
Brillouin zone edges:
Problem 4.1. (10 points)
Umklapp scatterin

NAME: 0 LOT l D 5 secs 334 - Mid-Term Nov. 1, 2012
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11 questions: = 100 points
#1 a) (2 points) For the following primitive basis vectors a, b, c for a unit cell, what is the primitive unit

EECS 384
HOMEWORK #5 (50 points total)
(Due Friday, 30 Nov., 5
pm)
Please put a box around the solutions to the steps indicated in each problem.
PROBLEM 1. (18 points) Microscopic understanding of Ohms law.
a) (2 points) Assume a NON-Poissonian (i.e. non-

EECS 384
HOMEWORK #4
(Due 16 Nov., 5 pm in L387)
In your answers, please put a box around the solutions to the steps indicated in each problem.
PROBLEM 1. (10 points) Solve step-by-step below the energy density of states of a twodimensional electron syste

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EECS 384
HOMEWORK #2 : QUANTUM MECHANICS
(Due Tues, 23 Oct.)
BE SURE YOU ARE USING THE THIRD EDITION OF RAZEGHI FOR THIS
HOMEWORK !
Problems from Chapter 3, Razeghi:
Planck-Einstein relation: Problem 3.1, Razeghi (10 points)
DeBroglie relation:
Pr

EECS 384
HOMEWORK #1
(Due 29 Aug., 3:30 pm)
Problems from Chapter 1, Razeghi
(1) Problem 3.
(2) Problem 4.
(3) Problem 7.
(4) Problem 9.
Additional Problem:
(5) Bulk Inversion Symmetry is important