Atom- och molekylfysik FYSC11 - HT 2012
Omtenta - Re-examThe re-exam will take place on Tuesday, 15 January 2013. Please register with Mikael Antic not later than 8 January if you want to take the exam - registration is compulsory.
Updated scheduleUpdated schedule (1 September 2012)
Compulsory hand-in exercises
First hand-in problem sheet (due 14 September)
Planning and reading suggestions
Compendium, covering QM intro and hydrogen atom
Compulsory reading and exercises for following lecture
For Friday, 7 SeptemberPlease read the following passages of the compendium:
Repetition of lecture of 5 September: chapters 1, 3.1-3.2.6
New material: chapters 3.2.7-3.3.2, 2
The exercise for Friday is: in 3d-space, write the projector onto the vector (5,3,1) and project the vector (4,4,3) onto the vector (5,3,1).
For Monday, 10 SeptemberPlease read the following passages of the compendium:
From start of section 3.4 to equation (4.29). Don't solve tasks on pp 62/63.
Show that the square of the spin angular momentum commutes with any component of the spin angular momentum.
For Tuesday, 11 SeptemberPlease read the remaining part of the compendium.
From the tasks on pp 62/63, show that ωl-ml2 ≥ 0.
For Thursday, 13 SeptemberPlease read the following passages of Demtröder (available as e-book from University Library (choose Lovisa)):
Sections 5.2, 5.3, 5.4
If you can make it get also started with passages 5.6 and 5.7.
No exercise for Thursday ...
For Friday, 14 SeptemberReading: section 5.6 - 5.8 in Demtröder.
Exercise: Calculate the relativistic corrections for the hydrogen atom in states with orbital angular momentum quantum number 3.
For Monday, 17 SeptemberReading: remaining parts of chapter 5 and section 6.3 in Demtröder
For Tuesday, 18 SeptemberReading: section 6.1 in Demtröder.
Exercise: What is the Zeeman splitting of the helium transition 2 2S1/2 → 3 2P1/2?
For Wednesday, 19 SeptemberReading: section 6.2 in Demtröder.
Exercise: Calculate the eigenvalues to the eigenstates χ1 and χ4.
For Thursday, 20 SeptemberReading: section 6.4 in Demtröder.
For Monday, 24 SeptemberReading: section 6.5 in Demtröder.
Exercise: Determine the term symbols for the helium ground state and three lowest excited states in helium.
For Tuesday, 25 SeptemberReading: section 11.2.2 in Demtröder.
Exercise: Determine the allowed states for a p3 configuration.
For Monday, 15 OctoberReading: no reading.
We will take about the Einstein coefficients and lasers (read in Demtröder sections 7.1, 8.1 and 8.4).
For Tuesday, 16 October, and Wednesday, 17 OctoberReading: Demtröder section 9.5, if you manage also 9.4.
The exam will take place on Friday, 26 October, between 14.00 and 19.00 in Sparta, hall D.
As a preparation for the exam, you should look at the following things:
In the exam, there will be exercises in which you will be asked to describe a topic (experiment, outline of a theory, physical models, etc.). There will also be exercises where you will have to calculate, similar to what you have done in the hand-in problems, and there will be exercises in which you will have to interpret physical data. No detailed derivation will be required (e.g. of the solution to the Schrödinger equation of the hydrogen atom), but you should know the starting point (e.g. Schrödinger equation), ansatz (e.g. separation of wave function into a radial and an angular part), and principal solution (e.g. that the solution to the angular Schrödinger equation of the hydrogen atom are the spherical harmonics and that the hydrogen energy is -13.6 eV / n2).