Threads Tagged with hamiltonian Thread / Thread Starter Last Post Replies Views Dear All, To give a background about myself in Classical Mechanics, I know to solve problems using newton's laws,... Oct6-13 02:17 PM UltrafastPED 1 290 Classical Physics 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data The Hamiltonian for a particle in a harmonic potential... Oct1-13 11:20 PM Habeebe 3 373 Advanced Physics Homework This has bothered me for some time. In the ADM formulation, we foliate spacetime into 3+1 dimensions by creating 3... Sep19-13 05:50 PM atyy 9 543 Special & General Relativity Hi everyone. Suppose I have an Hamiltonian which doesn't depend on the position (think for example to the... Sep18-13 03:48 AM andrien 1 458 Classical Physics For example, I have a 3D particle that experiences a harmonic oscillator potential only in the X,Y plane for all Z ie.... Sep13-13 07:59 AM dextercioby 3 457 Quantum Physics 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Problem 7.15 from Aitchison and Hey, Volume I, 3rd... Aug23-13 10:15 AM Vic Sandler 9 473 Advanced Physics Homework OK. An example I have has me stumped temporarily. I'm tired. General spin matrix can be written as Sn(hat) =... Jul18-13 09:53 AM hilbert2 1 262 Quantum Physics How do I write the non-approximated Schrodinger equation Hamiltonian for a mixture containing 25% by partial pressure... Jul17-13 08:54 AM Big-Daddy 10 503 Quantum Physics (inspired partially by this blog post:... Jul16-13 07:42 AM Andy Resnick 1 269 Classical Physics Does anyone know of any REALLY good derivations of the grand canonical partition function(T,V,μ) from the hamiltonian.... Jul11-13 05:16 PM rppearso 0 325 Set Theory, Logic, Probability, Statistics 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Consider the following Hamiltonian ... Jun14-13 06:38 PM Siberion 13 740 Advanced Physics Homework 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data I need to find the energies of the lowest level of the... Jun8-13 05:12 PM Leandro Tabak 0 250 Advanced Physics Homework In most of textbooks, the canonical quantization procedure is used to quantize the hamiltonian with a simple form, the... Jun7-13 07:22 AM Bill_K 1 383 Quantum Physics The regular spin orbit Hamiltonian is H_{SO} = \frac{q\hbar}{4 m^2 c^2}\sigma\cdot(\textbf{E}\times \textbf{p}) ... Jun6-13 04:34 AM maverick280857 6 566 Quantum Physics 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data At what time does the particle reach infinity given... Jun6-13 02:39 AM Ray Vickson 6 539 Calculus & Beyond Homework 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Assume a Hilbert space with the basis vectors \left| 1... Jun3-13 08:01 PM Denver Dang 2 246 Introductory Physics Homework Could hamiltonian of linear harmonic oscilator be written in the form?... Jun1-13 09:35 PM lugita15 12 579 Quantum Physics I know in ordinary QM, the spectrum of the Hamiltonian \{ E_{n}\} gives you just about everything you need for the... May24-13 01:54 AM DrDu 5 555 Quantum Physics 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data an electron evolution governed by Hamiltonian... May23-13 03:30 PM EE,nerd 2 289 Advanced Physics Homework A little behind in this subject, but I understand raising & lowering operators to almost be factors of the Hamiltonian... May17-13 05:32 PM CompuChip 1 505 Quantum Physics Hi I am looking for the MOST GENERAL statement that determines, when the Hamilton function and the energy are equal... May16-13 02:57 AM Popper 1 530 Classical Physics 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data I have an assignment for my thesis to make Hamiltonian... May9-13 05:37 PM Bill Simpson 2 318 Engineering, Comp Sci, & Technology Homework 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Let G be a graph. 1. Let n be a natural number. Use... May2-13 08:33 PM brojesus111 4 458 Calculus & Beyond Homework 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A quantum particle, i.e. a particle obeying Schrodinger... Apr20-13 06:52 AM andrien 4 554 Advanced Physics Homework 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A particle of mass m and charge q is subject to a... Apr18-13 12:05 AM subny 6 284 Advanced Physics Homework Hi PF members, I am stuck with a problem about larmor precession. I cannot find the eigenstates of the hamiltonian... Apr14-13 11:20 PM The_Duck 9 564 Quantum Physics Hey, If I have a canonical partition function with: Z=\frac{1}{h}Z_{Pot}\cdot Z_{Kin}. Can i callculate immediately... Apr7-13 09:45 AM Abigale 1 392 Classical Physics I read that in a FRLW metric the Hamiltonian is given by: H=\int d^{3}X \psi^{\dagger}(x)(-i\partial_{0})\psi Does... Apr6-13 05:33 AM pleasehelpmeno 0 302 Special & General Relativity Hello, If we look at a system of two two-level atoms interacting with light, most papers start with a Hamiltonian ... Apr6-13 03:22 AM DrDu 4 704 Atomic, Solid State, Comp. Physics I was wondering about what the wavefunction of a particle in a magnetic field would look like, so after some quick... Apr3-13 09:27 AM phi1123 5 1,128 Quantum Physics Hi guys :cry:, I regard an ideal diatomic gas which is in a Volume x,z and got a angular \phi: 0 \le x \le L, ... Apr2-13 01:18 PM Abigale 0 468 Classical Physics Hi guys, this is my first time posting, I'm studying physics at uni, in my third year and things are getting a bit... Mar25-13 10:52 AM Cazicami 2 431 Quantum Physics Suppose I'm considering particles of mass \mu_i, 1 \leq i \leq 3, located at positions r_i. Suppose I ignore the... Mar20-13 01:42 AM tom.stoer 1 428 Quantum Physics Hey there, the question i'm working on is written below:- Let |a'> and |a''> be eigenstates of a Hermitian operator... Mar15-13 09:19 PM beans73 6 849 Advanced Physics Homework 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Consider a system of N distinguishable, non-interacting... Mar5-13 07:25 AM clamtrox 1 395 Advanced Physics Homework 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Show that for a particle in a central potential;... Mar3-13 12:46 AM Ratpigeon 0 358 Introductory Physics Homework I understand how to use Hamiltonian mechanics, but I never understood why you construct the Hamilitonian by first... Mar1-13 09:06 AM WannabeNewton 5 574 Classical Physics 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data The magnetic moment for an electron is \mue = -e/m Se.... Feb25-13 05:46 AM andrien 3 577 Advanced Physics Homework 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A spherical pendulum consists of bob of mass m... Feb23-13 11:23 AM BruceW 1 684 Advanced Physics Homework Hi. I hope this is in the right spot - I am not a physics major so not sure if it qualifies as classical, quantum, or... Feb16-13 02:29 PM berkeman 1 320 General Physics