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PHY 180 | Classical Mechanics
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PHY 293 | Oscillations and Waves
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PHY 294 | Quantum and Thermal Physics
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2 (b) Because it is a bound state, we know E< 0. (also E>V min = -∞ , but that doesn’t tell you anything, we already know E is ﬁnite). (c) Keep in mind that V ( x ) = 0 for x> 0 and x< 0. The (Time Independent) Schrodinger equation for x> 0 and x< 0
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QUESTION 4: King 6.5 We are considering a violin string which has a fundamental frequency of 440Hz. Part A We are looking for the frequencies of the second and third harmonics. As the velocity of a wave on a taut string depends on the tension and den
de Broglie (1923) French Prince Bachelor’s in History Brother (Maurice) is well known experimental physicist After WWI pursue Physics PhD What was Known: Light Is Both Particle and Wave Bohr Model Accepted de Broglie’s Suggestion: E
Lecture 12 7.10.2011 1. Motion of a mass on spring – position, displacement velocity acceleration displacement , velocity , acceleration 2 Si l h i ti (SHM) 2 . Si mp l e h armon i c mo ti on (SHM) – amplitude, frequency, period, phase 3. Graphing po