Threads Tagged with electron Thread / Thread Starter Last Post Replies Views Okay, Basically I was wondering is if there is a equation that can be used to tell what the probability of a electron... Dec18-13 09:59 PM Evo 2 415 Quantum Physics I'm trying to build a picture of what is happening in the double-hole experiment when you are "watching the electrons"... Dec18-13 05:24 AM naima 23 764 Quantum Physics 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data I had to calculate the probability that we find electron... Dec17-13 04:30 PM TSny 9 191 Advanced Physics Homework 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data What is the electric field midway between an electron... Dec15-13 10:48 AM hjelmgart 5 298 Introductory Physics Homework 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Why, IF electrons really orbited atoms, would they... Dec11-13 06:05 AM voko 3 139 Introductory Physics Homework What is the reason for revolution of electrons around the Atom? Dec10-13 12:43 PM harjot singh 5 1,010 Chemistry 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data An electron in an infinitely deep square well has a... Dec9-13 11:48 PM TSny 1 315 Introductory Physics Homework 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Excited sodium atoms emit two closely spaced spectrum... Dec9-13 09:01 AM nasu 2 307 Introductory Physics Homework If there is an electron moving towards an long straight wire at an angle theta. I am given the initial velocity of the... Dec9-13 04:33 AM Fightfish 1 232 Advanced Physics Homework 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data If an electron travels 0.210 m from an electron gun to a... Dec8-13 08:25 PM burnst14 7 394 Introductory Physics Homework So my teacher regularly makes mistakes on his powerpoints and this is leaving me feeling uncertain about something he... Dec6-13 03:57 PM Jilang 6 465 Quantum Physics so if a positron and an electron boom each other and create 2 photons, how do I tell the total energy of the two... Dec6-13 02:56 AM Drakkith 1 442 Atomic, Solid State, Comp. Physics Why (or what mathematical reason) is the charge of the electron being -1.60217733 x 10-19 C equal to the charge of the... Dec5-13 10:54 AM dauto 7 415 General Physics So recently I took a blow to my understanding of how hole conduction works. Like many others I had the idea that the... Dec4-13 12:51 PM aaaa202 0 384 Atomic, Solid State, Comp. Physics 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Electron accelerated through 6 Mev. from rest. My ... Dec4-13 11:46 AM shivam01anand 8 693 Introductory Physics Homework 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data... Dec3-13 12:57 PM CAF123 37 611 Introductory Physics Homework As far as I know, F_ {ext} = d (\hbar k)/dt = d p_{electron} / dt + d P_{crystal} /dt. could one say that \hbar k =... Dec2-13 10:10 AM DrDu 1 620 Atomic, Solid State, Comp. Physics Attached is a picture of three different electron configurations in a semiconductor. It seems from the author of my... Dec2-13 12:47 AM lindasayy 2 462 Atomic, Solid State, Comp. Physics I have read from a few sources that an atom's third energy level can sometimes hold 8 electrons, and other times hold... Nov26-13 06:51 PM Simon Bridge 3 516 Chemistry Hi, I am working with a scanning electron microscope with the SED and it works fine. I have tried on several... Nov26-13 02:24 PM nanopaxeko 2 920 Materials & Chemical Engineering In my lecture notes, there is a slide about an external field interacting with a system of electron spins. In this... Nov23-13 01:28 AM Simon Bridge 3 492 Atomic, Solid State, Comp. Physics Say we have an electron traveleing in a crystalline conductor. It can scatter off of defects such as vacancies,... Nov22-13 11:09 AM M Quack 1 505 Atomic, Solid State, Comp. Physics I've always taken this for granted. Now I am looking for an answer. When electron jumps from a higher orbit to... Nov20-13 04:06 PM Bill_K 4 582 Quantum Physics Hi Everyone, Vague Background: an electron with an energy of 0.5 eV is placed in a vacuum, near a positively... Nov20-13 02:50 AM DrDu 3 558 Atomic, Solid State, Comp. Physics The problem given is to calculate the probability that the electron is found at a distance greater than r=2a0 from the... Nov19-13 12:45 PM exp626n64 3 1,270 Advanced Physics Homework Consider a slab infinite in x,y direction but very thin in z direction. As a classical model assume that we displace... Nov18-13 12:21 PM aaaa202 0 227 Classical Physics Hi, I am working on a problem where my goal is to predict the location of pedestrians with certain constraints. So I... Nov15-13 02:37 PM Jilang 8 651 Classical Physics So I've been studying forbidden transitions and metastable states in atoms, etc., and I was just wondering if there is... Nov14-13 06:56 PM Simon Bridge 1 496 Atomic, Solid State, Comp. Physics In quantum mechanics one applies the time-independent Schroedinger Equation to a system, in order to find steady-state... Nov13-13 07:00 PM Bill_K 26 1,069 Quantum Physics 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data What is the probability that an electron in the ground... Nov11-13 06:19 PM bmb2009 3 318 Advanced Physics Homework 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Negative pion with kinetic energy 100 Mev decays to... Nov11-13 01:03 AM fzero 7 324 Advanced Physics Homework Suppose a universe with only one electron and one proton some distance apart from each others. Suppose that the motion... Nov10-13 02:40 PM DaleSpam 40 1,213 General Physics An electron is so small, how does its charge avoid repulsing each other.. is there a unit of small charge or quanta... Nov9-13 05:14 PM kye 2 332 General Physics 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Electron, accelerated by voltage 100 kV, hits... Nov8-13 12:55 PM skrat 6 278 Advanced Physics Homework What would happen if you place a substance containing bonded and paired electrons, such as a biological organ, and... Nov8-13 11:58 AM anorred 5 406 Quantum Physics Are paired electrons at a spacial distance from one another or are they "mixed" in some way. Why do their magnetic... Nov5-13 12:11 PM sophiecentaur 2 335 General Physics Ashcroft & Mermin, Solid State Physics, page 315: "According to the Bloch theory, an electron in a perfectly periodic... Nov5-13 10:48 AM UltrafastPED 3 583 Atomic, Solid State, Comp. Physics I was wondering if an antenna could pick up some sort of signal if it was exposed to a spray of electrons or ions. For... Nov3-13 08:25 PM Titurial 2 277 General Physics If you see a statement like "Spin analysis of H(22S) atom can be achieved through the use of Stern Gerlach... Nov1-13 07:16 PM vanhees71 2 299 Quantum Physics Hi all, I was wondering how wheeler came to the conclusion that an anti-particle is a particle going backwards through... Nov1-13 03:29 PM jarekd 15 729 General Physics