Quantum Mechanics -- Supplemental text?
Hello,
I'm currently in a quantum mechanics class (undergraduate) that is using Griffiths Intro to Quantum Mechanics (second edition). I've taken solid state physics, electromagnetism, thermodynamics and statistical mechanics, among other physics...
hi all. i'm a junior physics major and i recently have felt like i've hit the total burnout stage of being a physics major.
for my electromagnetism class i spend between 20 and 30 hours per week outside of class on the homework (usually 5 or more problems from griffiths) plus reading (with...
packing fraction of body-centered cubic lattice -- solid state physics
Homework Statement
This is part of a series of short questions (i.e. prove everything in Kittel Ch. 1, Table 2):
Prove that the packing fraction of a BCC (body-centered) cubic lattice is:
1/8 * pi * \sqrt{3}...
The following problem is take from Thorton and Marion's Classical Dynamics, 5th edition, p. 408, chapter 10, problem 3.
Given
A puck of mass m on a merry-go-round (a flat rotating disk) has constant angular velocity \omega and coefficient of static friction between the puck and the disk of...
[SOLVED] Force on Particle in Dust Cloud
The following problem is from Thorton & Marion's Classical Dynamics, Ch. 5 Problem 5-13 (p. 205 in the 5th edition of the text)
Homework Statement
A planet of density \rho_{1} (spherical core, radius R_{1}) with a thick spherical cloud of dust (density...
the following problem is from the 5th edition of Thorton and Marion's "Classical Dynamics"
ch.2 problem 14 p.92
Homework Statement
A projectile is fired with initial speed v_0 at an elevation angle of alpha up a hill of slope beta (alpha > beta).
(a) how far up the hill will the...
i'm not even sure where to get started with this one because the thorton and marion classical dynamics book is really awful.
BEGIN PROBLEM
Suppose a baseball, which has a mass of 150 g and a diameter D of 7 cm is released from rest. For a sphere in air, the dynamic drag is F_d=.25 D^2 V^2...