 35.1: Explain qualitatively why a particle confined to a finite region ca...
 35.2: Does quantum tunneling violate energy conservation? Explain.
 35.3: Bohrs correspondence principle states that quantum and classical me...
 35.4: The groundstate wave function for a quantum harmonic oscillator ha...
 35.5: Whats the essential difference between the energylevel structures ...
 35.6: In terms of de Broglies matterwave hypothesis, how does making the...
 35.7: A particle is confined to a twodimensional box whose sides are in ...
 35.8: What did Einstein mean by his remark, loosely paraphrased, that God...
 35.9: Some philosophers argue that the strict determinism of classical ph...
 35.10: What fundamental principle of physics, when combined with quantum m...
 35.11: Figure 35.19 shows an infinite square well with a steplike potenti...
 35.12: What are the units of the wave function c1x2 in a onedimensional s...
 35.13: A particles wave function is c = Aex2 /a2 , where A and a are cons...
 35.14: The solution to the Schrdinger equation for a particular potential ...
 35.15: Whats the quantum number for a particle in an infinite square well ...
 35.16: A particle in an infinite square well makes a transition from a hig...
 35.17: Determine the groundstate energy for an electron in an infinite sq...
 35.18: Find the width of a square well in which a protons first excited st...
 35.19: A carbon nanotube traps an electron in a hollow cylindrical structu...
 35.20: One reason we dont notice quantum effects in everyday life is that ...
 35.21: A particle is confined to a 1.0nmwide infinite square well. If th...
 35.22: A 3g snail crawls at 0.5 mm/s between two rocks 15 cm apart. Treat...
 35.23: An alpha particle (mass 4 u) is trapped in a uranium nucleus with d...
 35.24: A quantum harmonic oscillator has groundstate energy 0.14 eV. What...
 35.25: Find the groundstate energy for a particle in a harmonic oscillato...
 35.26: A harmonic oscillator emits a 1.1eV photon as it undergoes a trans...
 35.27: The groundstate energy of a harmonic oscillator is 4.0 eV. Find th...
 35.28: Your roommate is taking Newtonian physics, while youve moved on to ...
 35.29: If all sides of a cubical box are doubled, what happens to the grou...
 35.30: A very crude model for an atomic nucleus is a cubical box 1 fm on a...
 35.31: An electron is confined to a cubical box. For what box width will a...
 35.32: Find an expression for the normalization constant A for the wave fu...
 35.33: Suppose c1 and c2 are solutions of the Schrdinger equation for the ...
 35.34: An electron is trapped in an infinite square well 25 nm wide. Find ...
 35.35: An electron drops from the n = 7 to the n = 6 level of an infinite ...
 35.36: Show explicitly that the difference between adjacent energy levels ...
 35.37: An electron is in a narrow molecule 4.4 nm long, a situation that a...
 35.38: The groundstate energy for an electron in infinite square well A i...
 35.39: Electrons in an ensemble of 0.834nmwide square wells are all init...
 35.40: Sketch the probability density for the n = 2 state of an infinite s...
 35.41: An infinite square well extends from L/2 to L/2. (a) Find expressi...
 35.42: A particle is in the ground state of an infinite square well. Whats...
 35.43: A laser emits 1.96eV photons. If this emission is due to electron ...
 35.44: Whats the probability of finding a particle in the central 80% of a...
 35.45: Is quantization significant for macromolecules confined to biologic...
 35.46: In your physical chemistry course, you model hydrogen chloride as a...
 35.47: A particle detector has a resolution 15% of the width of an infinit...
 35.48: Find the probability that a particle in an infinite square well is ...
 35.49: A particle of mass m is in a region where its total energy E is les...
 35.50: (a) Use Equation 35.8 to draw an energylevel diagram for the first...
 35.51: The generalization of the Schrdinger equation to three dimensions i...
 35.52: A 9W laser beam shines on an ensemble of 1024 electrons, each in t...
 35.53: A large number of electrons are confined to infinite square wells 1...
 35.54: A particle is in the nth quantum state of an infinite square well. ...
 35.55: (a) Using the potential energy U = 1 2mv2 x 2 discussed on page 675...
 35.56: Youre trying to convince a friend that nuclear energy represents a ...
 35.57: The table below lists the wavelengths emitted as electrons in ident...
 35.58: The next three problems solve the Schrdinger equation for finite sq...
 35.59: The wave functions of 58, as well as their derivatives, need to be ...
 35.60: Solve the final equation of to find all possible values of P for (a...
 35.61: If a qdots size is decreased, what happens to the wavelength of the...
 35.62: If the dot behaves as a perfectly cubical 3D square well, the firs...
 35.63: If the dot behaves as a perfectly cubical 3D square well, the grou...
 35.64: If all three sides of a qdot are halved, its groundstate energy a....
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