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Jan16-12 Greg Bernhardt
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I wonder, what the physical meaning to electron correlation in molecular systems? and. Is there many types of it? ...
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Why doesn’t the Electron crash into the proton?? We know in an H atom the e- is attracted to the + charge of the...
Jan13-09 04:17 PM
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I have a question: is there any way to accurately "visualize" the phenomenon of electron degeneracy pressure? I...
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In an orbital with 2 electrons is electron density the probability of finding a particular electron in that region or...
Aug28-10 10:32 AM
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Suppose we have a system with M nuclei and N electrons the electron density is defined as: ...
May25-14 05:57 PM
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Dear all, I have a quantum system made up of two layers. An electric field is applied with two voltages applied at...
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What happens when an electron meets a scatterer ??? In pure phase relaxation, the electron is in the same state as it...
Aug25-08 04:09 PM
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An electron is diffracted like a wave when it passes through a double slit, which is narrower than the de Broglie wave...
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So my teacher regularly makes mistakes on his powerpoints and this is leaving me feeling uncertain about something he...
Dec6-13 02:57 PM
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When we fire one electron through a double slit , cant we still get a diffraction pattern even when firing just one...
Feb10-10 12:16 PM
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Hello In an electron diffraction experiment usually the diffraction rings are blurred. My question. If measuring...
Jul11-11 04:11 AM
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why is it that in electron diffraction from cystals, theta i and theta r are not necessarily equal?
Apr7-11 09:15 AM
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HELP!!!! A cylindrical metal wire of cross sectional area A = 1 mm2 and length, L = 1 cm, is composed of a...
Mar19-04 12:13 AM
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Hey guys, I was reading, as you do, a bit of physics on the classic double slit experiment - this was a simple...
Jun1-05 12:22 PM
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We will not get an interference right? Why? Because the electron interacts with the system? Or the "measurement"...
Nov1-08 08:03 AM
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If you fire electrons, one after the other, at a double-slit, and let them hit a wall, you get light and dark bands. ...
Jul2-09 11:25 AM
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From my understanding, when solving the hydrogen atom (getting the wavefunction of the electron) in introductory...
Oct30-11 10:47 AM
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Hi Everyone, I was reading this post here...
May28-06 10:40 AM
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Why do electrons have more energy the further they are from the nucleus?
Aug27-10 05:13 PM
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I'm stuck on a pretty basic concept. I'm thinking in terms of the Bohr model, which I know is rather archaic now, but...
Apr26-10 02:11 PM
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When an atom absorbs a photon of light and gets into an excited state, can it ever make a single jump back down to the...
Oct16-13 02:50 PM
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A quick question. Not an expert in physics, so my question will be rudimentary.-----An isolated electron and proton...
Nov7-11 09:45 PM
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Are lower energy electron orbitals always closer to nucleus than higher energy orbitals? Is this energy proportional...
Aug20-14 09:51 PM
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It it being debated whether Electromagnetically Induced Transparency (EIT)/Coherent Population Trapping (CPT) can stop...
Jan8-13 07:50 PM
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With Electromagnetically Induced Transparency/Coherent Population Trapping, is it possible to prevent an atom or...
Jan9-13 03:10 AM
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The wave function of an electron in ground state hydrogen atom is non-zero at points far away from the nucleus. ...
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Oct28-08 01:09 PM
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Hi, I'm studying the wave nature of particles. My book says that the de broglie wavelength of an electron is h /...
Dec1-09 10:48 AM
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According to Pauli principle, it is impossible for two electrons in the electron gas to have the same state. on the...
Mar15-12 02:02 PM
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Lets say I have a spin-1/2 particle that is about to enter a non-constant B field. the spin 1/2 particle has a state...
Mar25-13 04:49 AM
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Hello. I have recently been introduced to the concept of electrons as standing waves around the atomic nucleus. The...
Aug24-10 07:41 PM
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Hi! Let's suppose an electron in a mono-dimensional potential well. According to Heisenberg uncertainty principle, if...
Jun25-09 06:11 AM
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hi, I'm new on this forum, and I don't know english very well (sorry). maybe you can clarify me about this doubt. an...
Jan28-08 06:46 AM
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I know that electrons do not exist in orbitals, but instead in probability density clouds around the atom. I know that...
Dec20-09 01:13 PM
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What energy do electrons poses in atoms?
Aug27-04 08:25 AM
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Hi, Movement of an electron in constant magnetic field, according to semiclassical QM, give rise to Landau levels -...
Sep1-10 03:36 PM
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I had a physics exam today in which we were presented with a model of a hydrogen atom with a single electron orbiting...
Jan2-08 08:24 AM
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So i was watching Susskind lectures on entanglements and there he...
Nov20-12 07:58 AM
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Hφ(x) =((p2op)/2m + V(x))φ(x) = (-hbar2/2m.d2/dx2+ V(x)φ(x) = E φ(x) This equation is supposed to relate to an...
Oct30-08 01:41 AM
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According to spin quantum number, the spin value of electron pair is taken as +1/2 and -1/2. Why should we take...
Mar30-10 03:42 AM
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