Can you show that the energy of interaction is proportional to the scalar product s∙l.? See attachment for symbols.
The energy of a magnetic moment mu in a magnetic field B is equal to their scalar product (see attachment). If the magnetic field arises from the orbital angular momentum of the e...
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Suppose you know that an electron is in l = 1 state. As usual we refer the total angular momentum by J = L + S.
(a) What does | j = 3/2, j2 = 3/2> state correspond to in terms of the states in the product basis, | l2, s2 >?
(b) By acting J_ on this st...
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Consider a simple harmonic oscillator with an angular frequency w. Suppose at t=0 ...
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3. (a) Calculate the expectation values < x >, < p >, < x^2 > and < p^2 > for the ground state, | 0 >, and the first excited state, | 1 >, of the harmonic oscillator.
(b) Now compute delta(x)delta(p), does this satisfy the uncertainty principle?
4. Using the results f...
6. Consider the state of a harmonic oscillator initially (t=0) to be given by |phi >= 5|0 + 12| 1>.
(a) Find the normalized state.
(b) What will be the state of the particle after time t.
(c) Calculate < x > and < p > for this state at time t. Is this classically what you would expect?
Consider a two state system spanned by two orthonormal vectors, |1> and |2>. The action of an operator Â is defined via:
Â|1> = 2|1> + i|2>
Â|2> = -i|1> + 3|2>
Find Â|ѱ> where
|ѱ> = |1> + |2>
Can you now verify your answer for Â|ѱ> by doing the calculation in matrix representati...
A helium atom is confined to a one-dimensional space 8 x 10^-10m.
1. What is the minimum uncertainty in the momentum of the helium atom?
2. What is the minimum velocity of the helium atom?
3. What is the minimum energy of the helium atom?
1. An electron with amass of 9.11*10 -31 kg has a velocity of 4.3*10 6m/s in the innermost orbit of a hydrongen atom. What is the de Broglie wavelength of the electron?
7. An electron wave making a standing wave in a hydrogen atom has a wavelength of 8.33*10 -11m. If the mass of the electron is...
What is the probability that an electron in the infinite well in the state Un(x) =[(2/L)^.5]*sin(Pi*n*x/L) is found in the region between x = 0 and x = L/2 , where the Un are the eigenfunctions of the infinite-well potential?
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______ 1. In computer mathematical simulation, a system is replicated with a mathematical model that is analyzed with the computer.
______ 2. Random numbers generated by a mathematical process instead of a physical ...
In the dirac notation for a quantum state of a system, an eigenstate wave function u_n is replaced by the vector |n>, and a general state wave function (see attached)
a) Translate the following mathematical statements to the corresponding forms n wave mechanics: i) <n|m> = (see attached), where A...
This question is from the text book 'Quantum Mechanics' second edition by David J. Griffiths.
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Problem 3.27 - Sequential measurements. An operator Aprime, representing observable A, has two...
The Pauli spin matrices in quantum mechanics are
sigma_x = 0 1 sigma_y = 0 -i sigma_z = 1 0
1 0 i 0 0 -1
a) Show that (sigma_x)^2 = (sigma_y)^2 = (sigma_z)^2 = I (identity of unit matrix)
b) Show that (si...
This is problem 3.26 in Griffiths' Introduction to Quantum Mechanics (second editition):
An anti-hermitian (or skew-hermitian) operator is equal to minus its hemitian conjugate:
(a) Show that the expectation value of an anti-hermitian operator is imaginary.
(b) Show that the commutator of t...