Exam II Results
Molecules and bonding
Why do atoms combine together to form molecules, and what forces/concepts
control the way this happens?
How do molecules behave?
Schrodingers Equation Solutions
Finite Square Well
For this case, you must solve a transcendental equation to find the solutions that
obey the boundary conditions (in particular, continuity of the function and its
derivative at the well boundary). For the
The Hydrogen Atom revisited
Major differences between the QM hydrogen
atom and Bohrs model (my list):
The electrons do not travel in orbits, but in well defined states
(orbitals) that have particular shapes (probability distributions
for the el
Hydrogen 3d, 4s and 4p
We can get some insight into the relative
Energies of these three orbitals from
Institute of Technology
Term Assignment- 1
Physics of Nanomaterials
1. What is wave function? Explain the normalization of wave function.
2. What do you mean by Eigen function? Give important criteria that must be
Primary Energy Sources- Coal, Crude Oil, Natural gas, Wood, solar
energy, wind energy, energy stored in earths interior etc.
Secondary Energy Sources Electrical energy, refined fuels like Petrol,
Diesel, Kerosene etc.
In order to obtain sufficient vacuum(required range of
vacuum) different types of pumps are used. Here,
different pumps are Like gears on a car.
How to get atmospheric pressure to
intermediate vacuum levels?
Rotary Oil Pump (figure a):
Did You Know
Non negligible numbers of charge carriers makes the plasma
electrically conductive so that it reacts strongly to electromagnetic
Plasma was first identified in a Crookes tube by Sir William Crookes
All the s
ENERGY PORTION READING MATERIAL FOR EES
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List of Table
1 Classication of various energy sources
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Primary and Secondary Energy: . . . . . . . .
Acoustics is a branch of physics that study the sound,
acoustics concerned with the production, control, transmission,
reception, and effects of sound.
The study of acoustics has been fundamental to many
developments in the arts, science, technology, musi
The process of communicating using fiberoptics involves the following basic steps:
Creating the optical signal using a
relaying the signal along the fiber, ensuring
that the signal does not become too
distorted or w
P301 Lecture 17
Electron diffraction using a Transmission Electron Microscope
a). Single (quasi)-crystal (full sample is orientationally coherent)
b). Polycrystalline material (many small crystals in all orientations).
What is the wavele
P301 Lecture 12
Bohr formulated the following ad hoc model:
1.Atoms exist only in certain stable stationary states
2.The dynamic equilibrium of these stationary states is determined by
the laws of classical physics, but the way the atoms
P301 Lecture 9
Experimental results on the absorption of xrays from C. G. Barkla Phil. Mag. 17 (1909)
P301 Lecture 9
K and K lines from various elements
From E. A. Moore: Molecular Modelling and bonding, Royal Soc. Chem.
From W. A. Harrison: Electron Structure Royal Soc. Chem.
T&R Figure 12.2
R = ro A1/3
From E. Segre
Nuclei and Particles
T&R Figure 12.5
See also Nudat2 at:
Nuclei can decrease their
proton number by one in
three ways, positron
emission (the most common)
Electron capture (much
more rarely; see next slide),
or proton emission (very
Decay rates expressed in
terms of Becquerrel (1/sec
Early categorization of Particles
Early collider experiments started to reveal more and more particles, and
people started to question whether they were truly Fundamental, but did
allow for the prediction of missing particles that were later found.
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P301 Final Exam Review
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CALM system: First Question
P301 Lecture 1
Welcome to P301;
P301 Lecture 4
Postulates of Special Relativity
I- The laws of physics are the same in all inertial
reference frames of reference (this is the same statement
that Galileo used)
Note that the extra bits in the books statement are not quite correct.
P301 Lecture 6
This effect is important in medium-energy physics experiments (lots of the
action is in the forward direction), and for synchrotron radiation sources
(very bright sources of x-rays obtained from highly relativistic electron
A meter is about the distance from the tip of your
nose to the end of your hand (1 meter = 3.28 feet).
Millimeter- One thousandth of meter.(10-3m)
Micron: a micron is a millionth of a meter (or) one
thousandth of millimeter (10-6m)