Q1) Consider 2.dimensional infinite "well" with the potential otherwise The stationary states are ny = (a)...
4. 3D Infinite Square Well Perturbation (20 pts) Consider the three-dimensional infinite cubic well: otherwise The stationary states are where n, ny, and n, are integers. The corresponding allowed energies are Now let us introduce the perturbation otherwise a) Find the first-order correction to the ground state energy b) Find the first-order correction to the first excited state 4. 3D Infinite Square Well Perturbation (20 pts) Consider the three-dimensional infinite cubic well: otherwise The stationary states are where n, ny,...
Find parts a and b. Consider the three-dimensional cubic well V = {(0 if 0<x<a, 0<y<a, 0<z<a), (infinity otherwise). The stationary states are psi^(0) (x, Y, z) = (2/a)^(3/2)sin(npix/a)sin(npiy/a) sin(npiz/a), where nx, ny , and nz are integers. The corresponding allowed energies are E^0 = (((pi^2)(hbar^2))/2m(a^2))(nx^2+ny^2+nz^2). Now let us introduce perturbation V={(V0 if 0<x<(a/2), 0<y<(a/2)), (0 otherwise) a) Find the first-order correction to the ground state energy. b) Find the first-order correction to the first excited state. 1. Consider the...
4. (20 points) Infinite Wells in Three Dimensions a) Consider a three dimensional in- finite rectangular well for which L -L, Ly-2L, ald L2-3L. In terms of quantum numbers (e.g. nz, ny, and n.), M. L, and ћ. write down an expression for the energies of all quantum states. (b) Find the energies of the ground state and the first three lowest lying energies. As in part (b), for each energy level, give the quantum numbers n, ny, n and...
Exercise 8: Time dependence of a two-level system Consider a two-level system with stationary states a and b with unperturbed energies and E() and corresponding eigenfunctions ф ) and 4°, respectively. Assume E ) > E 0. such that the Bohr angular frequency wi(EEis positive. A time-independent perturbation V is switched on at time t 0 a) Write down the coupled set of equations for the coefficients ca(t) and c(t) of the wave function of the system: Note that we...
hodernl Pllysics 2 due Thursday, April 5 Consider a particle in a 3 dimensional infinite square wel Vo(x, y, z) ={0 0<x<a & 0 otherwise 1. What is the energy of the ground state? What is the energy of the (degenerate) 1st excited state? What is its degeneracy?
quantum mechanics Consider a particle confined in two-dimensional box with infinite walls at x 0, L;y 0, L. the doubly degenerate eigenstates are: Ιψη, p (x,y))-2sinnLx sinpry for 0 < x, y < L elsewhere and their eigenenergies are: n + p, n, p where n, p-1,2, 3,.... Calculate the energy of the first excited state up to the first order in perturbation theory due to the addition of: 2 2 Consider a particle confined in two-dimensional box with infinite...
2. Calculate th first order energy shift for the first three states of the infinite square for 0-x-L. well in one dimension due to a ramp-shaped perturbation: V(r)- Use the following unperturbed eigenstates for the square well: Solution: The first order corrections for each state is given by E -(vn) 1, n°)), and there- fore: Sinn what happens to the sin4? 2 Vo L2 LL14
Consider an infinite well for which the boltom is not lat, as sketched here. I the slope is small, the potential V = er/a may be considered as a per- turbation on the square-well potential over-a/2 < x < a/2. vox) a/2 -a/2 (a) Calculate the ground-state energy, correct to first order in perturbation theory. (b) Calculate the energy of the first excited state, correct to first order in perturbation theory. (c) Calculate the wave function in the ground state,...
Quantum Mechanics Problem 1. (25) Consider an infinite potential well with the following shape: 0 a/4 3al4 a h2 where 4 Using the ground state wavefunction of the original infinite potential well as a trial function, 2πχ trial = 1-sin- find the approximation of the ground state energy for this system with the variational method. (Note, this question is simplified by considering the two components of the Hamiltonian, and V, on their own) b) If we had used the 1st...
H2 Consider two harmonic oscillators described by the Hamiltonians łty = ħws (atât ta+2) and = ħwz (6+6 +) with â (h) and at (@t) being the annihilation and creation operators for the first (second) oscillator, respectively. The Hamiltonian of two non-interacting oscillators is given by Ĥ, = îl + Ĥ2. Its eigenstates are tensor products of the eigenstates of single-oscillator states: Ĥm, n) = En,m|n, m), where İn, m) = \n) |m) and n, m = 0,1,2, ... 1....