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Quantum Mechanics II

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Quantum Mechanics II A Web-Based Quantum Mechanics Course Marianne Breinig The University of Tennessee , Department of Physics and Astronomy    


Quantum Mechanics I

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Quantum Mechanics I A Web-Based Quantum Mechanics Course Marianne Breinig The University of Tennessee , Department of Physics and Astronomy


List of Modules

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... Aharonov-Bohm effect, magnetic monopoles, propagator and path integrals. Periodic Systems Periodic and continuous systems, Electrons in a solid. Scattering Scattering by a central potential, free spherical waves, partial waves, phase ...


Electron9.phys.utk.edu

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The qualifying examination is designed to test the student’s general knowledge of the fundamentals of physics.  The performance needed to pass this examination corresponds to a mature command of the material typically included in the ...


UT Physics Summer Fellowships

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UT Physics Summer Fellowships The Summer Fellowship Program The Department of Physics and Astronomy of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville will sponsor a summer re-search program for outstanding physics majors, preferably those who have ...


List of Modules

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List of Modules Review: The Fundamental Assumptions of Quantum Mechanics A free pa-rticle, one-dimensional wave packets, the Heisenberg uncertainty relations, the time evo-lution of a free wave packet, the spreading of a wave packet Review: ...


Formulas

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... ´ 10 -19 C Avogadro number:  N A = 6.02214179 ´ 10 23  particles/mol Speed of light:  c = 2.99792458 ´ 10 8  m/s Electron rest mass:  m e = 9.10938215 ´ 10 -31 kg Proton rest mass:  m p = 1.672621637 ´ 10 -27 kg Neutron rest ...


Schedule

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... Identical particles Problems Feb 19 Propagator and Path Integral Apr 16 Atomic Spectra More problems Feb 21 Periodic Systems Electrons in a solid Apr 18 Current Topics Feb 26 Review, Study Guide Test 1 Apr 23 Current Topics Feb 28 Test 1 , ...


Projects

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... that strong electron-lattice interactions are important in several families of transition metal oxides. The commonly studied models treat the electron-lattice interaction with a linear coupling between the electrons and the ions. However, ...


Electrons in a solid

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... F in a metal are 5 to 10 eV.  At absolute zero the electron gas is in its ground state, all energy levels less than E F are occupied.  Classically we expect an energy gain of ~ kT or ~0.03eV per electron at room temperature.  But only ...


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