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Atomic Physics(2.0 credits)

Code:127
Course Type:Basic Specialized Courses
Class Format:Lecture
Course Name : Materials Engineering Applied Physics Quantum Science and Energy Engineering
Starts 1 : 1 the latter term 1 the latter term 1 the latter term
Elective/Compulsory : Elective Elective Elective
Lecturer : Hidefumi ASANO Professor 

•Course Purpose
Microscopic phenomena on an atomic scale cannot be understood in the framework of classical physics. History on development of quantum physics is presented.

Goal of study:
1. Understanding of physical logic that derives laws from experimental facts.
2. Understanding of cavity radiation on the basis of the concept of quantum physics.
3. Understanding of atomic structure and optical spectra.
Through the above learning, basic skills to learn the modern quantum physics is acquired.

•Prerequisite Subjects
Mechanics, Electromagnetics, Mathematics, Chemistry

•Course Topics
1. Introduction to atomic physics
2. Cavity radiation
3. Particle behavior of light, Photoelectric effects and Compton scattering
4. Wave behavior of particles, de Broglie wave
5. Superposition of wave and uncertainty principle
6. Bohr's theory of atomic model and atomic spectra
7. Schrödinger equation and wave function

•Textbook

•Additional Reading
Quantum Mechanics: The Basics by H. Kamimura, and T. Yamamoto
Quantum Mechanics1 by I. Harada, and T. Sugiyama 
Quantum Mechanics by W. Greiner

•Grade Assessment
Examination and reports
Pass mark 60/100

•Notes

•Contacting Faculty
e-mail: asano@numse.nagoya-u.ac.jp

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