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The Classical Harmonic Oscillator You did a homework problem on the classical harmonic oscillator a couple of weeks ago. In that problem we considered a mass on a spring dangling from a rigid ceiling, and we showed that this system had sinusoidal displacement in time. < 0 = 0 m 0 x > x

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Most textbooks solve this problem in two ways: (1) first, one represents the momentum operator in coordinate space via p ^ 1⁄4 ihðd=dxÞ and solves the resulting differential equation, finding the energy eigenvalues via the condition that the solution be bounded as jxj ! 1 and (2) an abstract operator method is employed to factorize the Hamiltoni...

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a. from cartesian to spherical polar coordinates 3x + y - 4z = 12 b. from cartesian to cylindrical coordinates y2+ z2 = 9 c. from spherical polar to cartesian coordinates r = 2 Sin θ Cos φ 2. Perform a separation of variables and indicate the general solution for the following expressions: a. 9x + 16y ∂y ∂x = 0 b. 2y + ∂y ∂x + 6 = 0 3.

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Problem 1. (10 points) The Probability Current We wish to prove that dPab = J(a, t) − J(b, t). (1) dt Since Pab(t) is the probability of finding the particle in the range a < x < b at time t it is mathematically equal to Pab(t) = ψ(x, t)|2dx = b ψ ∗ (x, t)ψ(x, t)dx. Its time derivative is therefore given by dPab d b dt b ∂ = dt a

Lecture 8: Quantum Harmonic Oscillator

Quantum Harmonic Oscillator: Brute Force Methods Assigned Reading: E&R 5all, 61,2,8 Li. 3all, 41, 51, 6all Ga. 24, 3all Sh. 4all, 51,2 We will now continue our journey of exploring various systems in quantum mechanics for which we have now laid down the rules. Roughly speaking, there are two sorts of states in quantum mechanics:

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To summarize the behaviour of the quantum harmonic oscillator, we’ll list a few points. (1)The harmonic oscillator potential is parabolic, and goes to inﬁnity at inﬁnite distance, so all states are bound states - there is no energy a particle can have that will allow it to be free. (2)The energies are equally spaced, with spacing h!¯ .

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The Classical Harmonic Oscillator You did a homework problem on the classical harmonic oscillator a couple of weeks ago. In that problem we considered a mass on a spring dangling from a rigid ceiling, and we showed that this system had sinusoidal displacement in time. < 0 = 0 m 0 x > x

Most textbooks solve this problem in two ways: (1) first, one represents the momentum operator in coordinate space via p ^ 1⁄4 ihðd=dxÞ and solves the resulting differential equation, finding the energy eigenvalues via the condition that the solution be bounded as jxj ! 1 and (2) an abstract operator method is employed to factorize the Hamiltoni...

a. from cartesian to spherical polar coordinates 3x + y - 4z = 12 b. from cartesian to cylindrical coordinates y2+ z2 = 9 c. from spherical polar to cartesian coordinates r = 2 Sin θ Cos φ 2. Perform a separation of variables and indicate the general solution for the following expressions: a. 9x + 16y ∂y ∂x = 0 b. 2y + ∂y ∂x + 6 = 0 3.

Problem 1. (10 points) The Probability Current We wish to prove that dPab = J(a, t) − J(b, t). (1) dt Since Pab(t) is the probability of finding the particle in the range a < x < b at time t it is mathematically equal to Pab(t) = ψ(x, t)|2dx = b ψ ∗ (x, t)ψ(x, t)dx. Its time derivative is therefore given by dPab d b dt b ∂ = dt a

Quantum Harmonic Oscillator: Brute Force Methods Assigned Reading: E&R 5all, 61,2,8 Li. 3all, 41, 51, 6all Ga. 24, 3all Sh. 4all, 51,2 We will now continue our journey of exploring various systems in quantum mechanics for which we have now laid down the rules. Roughly speaking, there are two sorts of states in quantum mechanics:

To summarize the behaviour of the quantum harmonic oscillator, we’ll list a few points. (1)The harmonic oscillator potential is parabolic, and goes to inﬁnity at inﬁnite distance, so all states are bound states - there is no energy a particle can have that will allow it to be free. (2)The energies are equally spaced, with spacing h!¯ .