Problem 1. Suppose you have N = 1020 electrons in a 1-dimensional lattice as described in Section 8.1 of
the text.
(a) What are the possible values of according to Eq. (8.8)?
(b) What is the spacing b
Problem 1. A CO2 laser used for fine processing of non-metallic materials emits 500 pulses/second with a total average power of 75 W. The wavelength of the light emitted is 10.6 m. (a) What kind of li
Extra Problem 1. Two neutral pions 0 and an electron are placed in a 1-D infinite square well of length L. (a) Write down the ground state wave function (including spin components) for this sy
Problem 1. Substitute Y1,1 (, ) given by Eq. (6.45) into Eqs. (6.42) and (6.43), and show explicitly that
this is the correct eigenfunction with appropriate eigenvalues.
1
Problem 2. Use Eq. (6.50) to
Extra Problem 1. Let's take a look at the transmission coefficients given in Problems 4.26 and 4.27 which together give us T for all possible values of E. (a) Express the transmission cofficie
Problem 1. A particle of mass m is in the ground state of the infinite potential energy well V (x) = 0 0 < x < L, elsewhere. (1)
(a) If you measured the energy, what will you find? (Express your answe
Physics 210
Spring 2013
Exam 2 Study Guide
Ground Rules:
This will be a close books, notes exam.
Topics Covered:
I. General Stu A. Schrdinger Equations (1-D) o 1. Time dependent Schrdinger wave equat