 34.1: The quantized character of electromagnetic radiation is observed by...
 34.2: Two monochromatic light sources, A and B, emit the same number of p...
 34.3: The work function of a surface is The threshold wavelength for emis...
 34.4: When light of wavelength is incident on a certain photoelectric cat...
 34.5: True or false: (a) The wavelength of an electrons matter wave varie...
 34.6: If the wavelength of an electron is equal to the wavelength of a pr...
 34.7: A proton and an electron have equal kinetic energies. It follows th...
 34.8: The parameter represents the position of a particle. Can the expect...
 34.9: It was once believed that if two identical experiments are done on ...
 34.10: A sixsided die has the numeral 1 painted on three sides and the nu...
 34.11: During an advanced physics lab, students measure the Compton wavele...
 34.12: SPREADSHEET Students in a physics lab are trying to determine the v...
 34.13: SPREADSHEET The cathode that was used by the students in the experi...
 34.14: Find the photon energy in electron volts for light of wavelength (a...
 34.15: Find the photon energy in electron volts for an electromagnetic wav...
 34.16: What are the frequencies of photons that have the following energie...
 34.17: Find the photon energy in electron volts if the wavelength is (a) (...
 34.18: The wavelength of red light emitted by a heliumneon laser is If the...
 34.19: ENGINEERING APPLICATION Lasers used in a telecommunications network...
 34.20: The work function for tungsten is (a) Find the threshold frequency ...
 34.21: When monochromatic ultraviolet light that has a wavelength equal to...
 34.22: The maximum wavelength of electromagnetic radiation that will resul...
 34.23: The work function for cesium is (a) Find the minimum frequency and ...
 34.24: When a surface is illuminated with electromagnetic radiation of wav...
 34.25: Find the shift in wavelength of photons scattered by free stationar...
 34.26: When photons are scattered by electrons in a carbon sample, the shi...
 34.27: The photons in a monochromatic beam are scattered by electrons. The...
 34.28: Compton used photons of wavelength (a) What is the energy of one of...
 34.29: For the photons used by Compton (see 28), find x _ L, the momentum ...
 34.30: A beam of photons that have a wavelength equal to is scattered by e...
 34.31: An electron is moving at Find the electrons wavelength.
 34.32: An electron has a wavelength of Find (a) the magnitude of its momen...
 34.33: An electron, a proton, and an alpha particle each have a kinetic en...
 34.34: A neutron in a reactor has a kinetic energy of approximately Calcul...
 34.35: Find the wavelength of a proton that has a kinetic energy of
 34.36: What is the kinetic energy of a proton whose wavelength is (a) and (b)
 34.37: The kinetic energy of the electrons in the electron beam in a run o...
 34.38: The distance between and ions in a LiCl crystal is Find the energy ...
 34.39: An electron microscope uses electrons that have energies equal to F...
 34.40: What is the wavelength of a neutron that has a speed of
 34.41: (a) Find the energy of the ground state and the first two excited s...
 34.42: (a) Find the energy of the ground state and the first two excited s...
 34.43: A particle is in the ground state of a onedimensional box that has...
 34.44: A particle is in the second excited state ( ) of a onedimensional b...
 34.45: A particle is in the first excited ( ) state of a onedimensional bo...
 34.46: A particle in a onedimensional box that has length is in the first...
 34.47: A particle of mass has a wave function given by where and are posit...
 34.48: A onedimensional box is on the axis in the region of A particle in...
 34.49: A onedimensional box is on the axis in the region of Aparticle in ...
 34.50: The classical probability distribution function for a particle in a...
 34.51: A onedimensional box is on the axis in the region of (a) The wave ...
 34.52: SPREADSHEET (a) Use a spreadsheet program or graphing calculator to...
 34.53: The wave functions for a particle of mass in a onedimensional box o...
 34.54: Calculate and for the first excited state of the box described in 53.
 34.55: Photons in a uniform light beam have wavelengths equal to and the b...
 34.56: A particle is moving with a speed of approximately in a onedimensi...
 34.57: (a) For the particle and box of 56, find and assuming that these un...
 34.58: In 1987, a laser at Los Alamos National Laboratory produced a flash...
 34.59: ENGINEERING APPLICATION You cannot see anything smaller than the wa...
 34.60: A common flea that has a mass of can jump vertically as high as Est...
 34.61: BIOLOGICAL APPLICATION A source radiates light of wavelength unifor...
 34.62: BIOLOGICAL APPLICATION The diameter of the pupil of an eye under ro...
 34.63: A incandescent lightbulb radiates of visible light uniformly in all...
 34.64: When light of wavelength is incident on the cathode of a photoelect...
 34.65: An incident photon of energy undergoes Compton scattering at an ang...
 34.66: A particle is confined to a onedimensional box. While the particle...
 34.67: The Pauli exclusion principle states that no more than one electron...
 34.68: A beam of electrons that each have the same kinetic energy illumina...
 34.69: When a surface is illuminated by light of wavelength the maximum ki...
 34.70: A simple pendulum has a length equal to and has a bob that has a ma...
 34.71: (a) Show that for large the fractional difference in energy between...
 34.72: A modelocked, titaniumsapphire laser has a wavelength of and produ...
 34.73: This problem estimates the time lag in the photoelectric effect tha...
Solutions for Chapter 34: WAVEPARTICLE DUALITY AND QUANTUM PHYSICS
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