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FIZ509E Fall 2016 Midterm-2 Exam (closed book)
Name:
Wednesday 14/12/2016
Part I. Multiple Choice Questions (Please circle the correct answer)
1- Which description below is related with optical phonon mode/branch
a) T4 contribution to the low-temperature
FIZ509E Condensed Matter Physics I (Fall Term 2016) Midterm-1 Exam (closed book)
Name:
Monday 14/11/2016
Part I. Multiple Choice Questions (Please circle the correct answer) (3.0 pts each)
1- The face-centered cubic lattice with conventional cubic cell of
PHYSICS 509E: CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS I
(FALL TERM 2016)
PROBLEMS
2- For a hexagonal lattice with primitive lattice vectors a1 = a(1,0,0), a2 = a(1/2, (3)1/2/2,0),
a3 = c(0,0,1)
a) calculate the primitive vectors of the reciprocal lattice using the stand
ISTANBUL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
PHYSICS DEPARTMENT
(October 01, 2016)
FIZ509E: Condensed Matter Physics I
Homework #1
Fall 2016
1- (a) The face-centered cubic (fcc) lattice can be defined by the primitive vectors
2
(1,1,0),
2
(1,0,1),
2
(0,1,1)
Where a is t
ISTANBUL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
PHYSICS DEPARTMENT
(October 28, 2016)
FIZ509E: Condensed Matter Physics I
Homework #3
Fall 2016
-2
1- Using the Lennard-Jones potential with =1.04x10 eV and =3.40 and taking into
account only nearest-neighbor atoms, calculate
ISTANBUL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
PHYSICS DEPARTMENT
(November 6, 2016)
FIZ509E: Condensed Matter Physics I
Homework #4
Fall 2016
1- Consider the normal modes of a linear chain in which the force constants between nearestneighbor atoms are alternatively C and
FIZ501E HOMEWORK#1 FALL2016
1) Two straight parallel line charges having equal and opposite linear charge densities A. and
4 are separated by a distance R as in the gure.
a) What is the electric potential at any point of the Space.
b) Show that equipotent
ISTANBUL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
PHYSICS DEPARTMENT
(October 28, 2016)
FIZ509E: Condensed Matter Physics I
Homework #3
Fall 2016
-2
1- Using the Lennard-Jones potential with =1.04x10 eV and =3.40 and taking into
account only nearest-neighbor atoms, calculate
ISTANBUL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
PHYSICS DEPARTMENT
(October 01, 2016)
FIZ509E: Condensed Matter Physics I
Homework #1
Fall 2016
1- (a) The face-centered cubic (fcc) lattice can be defined by the primitive vectors
2
(1,1,0),
2
(1,0,1),
2
(0,1,1)
Where a is t
Istanbul Technical University
Physics Department
October 03, 2016
FIZ509E: Condensed Matter Physics I
Student ID:
QUIZE I
Name:
FALL 2016
Surname:
1- Take the diagram at the end of this question sheet, and draw the following on it
(a) The primitive transl
UNIT 1
Bonding in Solids
&
Crystal Structures and X-ray Diffraction
1.1 BONDING IN SOLIDS
1.1.1 INTRODUCTION
The most convenient basis for solid state theory is a classification scheme based on the
character of the interatomic bonding forces in various cl
Lecture 1 - 4
Introduction, Atomic Bonding & Crystal Structure: metallic bond, unit cell, atomic packing, interstitial
sites, Miller indices, crystal orientation, stereographic projection:
Question:
1. What are the three primary bonds in materials? Which
Chapter 2 Crystal binding and elastic constants
I.
Chemical bonds
1.
There are two major types of chemical bonds (bonding between atoms to form a
molecule: (i) ionic bond, and (ii) covalent bond.
2.
Inoinzation energy (first) is the energy required to mov
Physics 927
E.Y.Tsymbal
Section 1: Crystal Structure
A solid is said to be a crystal if atoms are arranged in such a way that their positions are exactly
periodic. This concept is illustrated in Fig.1 using a two-dimensional (2D) structure.
y
T
C
Fig.1
A
Homework #5
1. Quantum solid. In a quantum solid the dominant repulsive energy is the zero-point
energy of the atoms. Consider a crude of one-dimensional model of crystalline He4
with each He atom confined to a line segment of length L. In the ground stat
ISTANBUL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
PHYSICS DEPARTMENT
(October 14, 2016)
FIZ509E: Condensed Matter Physics I
Homework #2
Fall 2016
1- Prove that the reciprocal lattice for the reciprocal lattice is the original lattice.
(a) Prove that the reciprocal lattice pr