 39.39.1: What is quantum mechanics?
 39.39.2: What is a wave function?
 39.39.3: What role does probability play?
 39.39.4: How are waves and particles reconciled?
 39.39.5: What is Heisenbergs uncertainty principle?
 39.39.6: Suppose you roll a die 30 times. What is the expected number of 1s ...
 39.39.7: In an experiment, 6000 out of 600,000 photons are detected in a 1.0...
 39.39.8: The figure shows the detection of photons in an optical experiment....
 39.39.9: FIGURE 39.9 shows the wave function of a particle confined within t...
 39.39.10: This is the wave function of a neutron. At what value of x is the n...
 39.39.11: A shortwave radio station broadcasts at a frequency of 10.000 MHz....
 39.39.12: The value of the constant a is a. a = 2.0 mm1 b. a = 1.0 mm1 c. a...
 39.39.13: A 1.0@mm@diameter dust particle 1m 1015 kg2 is confined within a 1...
 39.39.14: What minimum bandwidth must a medium have to transmit a 100nslong...
 39.39.15: What range of velocities might an electron have if confined to a 0....
 39.39.16: Which of these particles, A or B, can you locate more precisely? 0 ...
 39.39.17: A particle is described by the wave function c1x2 = b 0 x 6 0 cex/...
 39.39.18: FIGURE Q39.1 shows the probability density for photons to be detect...
 39.39.19: What is the difference between the probability and the probability ...
 39.39.20: For the electron wave function shown in FIGURE Q39.3, at what posit...
 39.39.21: FIGURE Q39.4 shows the dot pattern of electrons landing on a screen...
 39.39.22: What is the value of the constant a in FIGURE Q39.5?
 39.39.23: FIGURE Q39.6 shows wave packets for particles 1, 2, and 3. Which pa...
 39.39.24: An experiment has four possible outcomes, labeled A to D. The proba...
 39.39.25: Suppose you toss three coins into the air and let them fall on the ...
 39.39.26: You are dealt 1 card each from 1000 decks of cards. What is the exp...
 39.39.27: Suppose you draw a card from a regular deck of 52 cards. a. What is...
 39.39.28: Make a table in which you list all possible outcomes of rolling two...
 39.39.29: In one experiment, 6000 photons are detected in a 0.10mmwide strip...
 39.39.30: In one experiment, 2000 photons are detected in a 0.10mmwide strip...
 39.39.31: 1.0 * 1010 photons pass through an experimental apparatus. How many...
 39.39.32: When 5 * 1012 photons pass through an experimental apparatus, 2.0 *...
 39.39.33: What are the units of c? Explain
 39.39.34: In an interference experiment with electrons, you find the most int...
 39.39.35: FIGURE EX39.12 shows the probability density for an electron that h...
 39.39.36: FIGURE EX39.13 shows the probability density for an electron that h...
 39.39.37: FIGURE EX39.14 is a graph of 0 c1x2 0 2 for an electron. a. What is...
 39.39.38: FIGURE EX39.15 is a graph of 0 c1x2 0 2 for a neutron. a. What is t...
 39.39.39: FIGURE EX39.17 shows the wave function of an electron. a. What is t...
 39.39.40: Sound waves of 498 Hz and 502 Hz are superimposed at a temperature ...
 39.39.41: A 1.5@mm@wavelength laser pulse is transmitted through a 2.0GHzba...
 39.39.42: A radiofrequency amplifier is designed to amplify signals in the f...
 39.39.43: What minimum bandwidth is needed to transmit a pulse that consists ...
 39.39.44: A thin solid barrier in the xyplane has a 10@mm@diameter circular ...
 39.39.45: Andrea, whose mass is 50 kg, thinks shes sitting at rest in her 5.0...
 39.39.46: A proton is confined within an atomic nucleus of diameter 4.0 m. Us...
 39.39.47: What is the minimum uncertainty in position, in nm, of an electron ...
 39.39.48: A 1.0mmdiameter sphere bounces back and forth between two walls a...
 39.39.49: Ultrasound pulses with a frequency of 1.000 MHz are transmitted int...
 39.39.50: FIGURE P39.28 shows a pulse train. The period of the pulse train is...
 39.39.51: Consider a singleslit diffraction experiment using electrons. (Sin...
 39.39.52: An experiment finds electrons to be uniformly distributed over the ...
 39.39.53: FIGURE P39.31 shows the wave function of a particle confined betwee...
 39.39.54: FIGURE P39.32 shows 0 c1x2 0 2 for the electrons in an experiment. ...
 39.39.55: FIGURE P39.33 shows the probability density for finding a particle ...
 39.39.56: FIGURE P39.34 shows the wave function of a particle confined betwee...
 39.39.57: An electron that is confined to x 0 nm has the normalized wave func...
 39.39.58: Consider the electron wave function c1x2 = b c 21  x2 0 x 0 1 cm 0...
 39.39.59: Consider the electron wave function c1x2 = c c sin1 2px L 2 0 x L 0...
 39.39.60: A particle is described by the wave function c1x2 = b cex/L x 0 mm ...
 39.39.61: The probability density for finding a particle at position x is P1x...
 39.39.62: A pulse of light is created by the superposition of many waves that...
 39.39.63: What is the smallest onedimensional box in which you can confine a...
 39.39.64: You learned in Chapter 37 that, except for hydrogen, the mass of a ...
 39.39.65: Heavy nuclei often undergo alpha decay in which they emit an alpha ...
 39.39.66: Physicists use laser beams to create an atom trap in which atoms ar...
 39.39.67: Soot particles, from incomplete combustion in diesel engines, are t...
 39.39.68: A small speck of dust with mass 1.0 * 1013 g has fallen into the h...
 39.39.69: a. Starting with the expression f t 1 for a wave packet, find an ex...
 39.39.70: The probability density of finding a particle somewhere along the x...
 39.39.71: The wave function of a particle is c1x2 = B b p1x2 + b2 2 where b i...
 39.39.72: The wave function of a particle is c1x2 = c b 11 + x2 2 1 mm x 6 0...
 39.39.73: Consider the electron wave function c1x2 = c cx 0 x 0 1 nm c x 0 x ...
Solutions for Chapter 39: Wave Functions and Uncertainty
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