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PH5B10/AP5B12QUANTUM MECHANICS

Maximum : 30 Weightage

Section A

I.

1

If the value of Compton wavelength is Xc, the maximum Compton wavelength change is

(a) Faster.

(b) Slower.

3

(a) Particle behaviour of electrons, (b) Wave behavior of electrons.

(c) Charge of electrons.

4

According to Rayleigh-Jeans formula for black body spectrum the energy density is proportional

to:

(a) Frequency.

5

The temperature of an object is---------------------- when it glows white than when it glows red.

(a) Lower.

(c) Higher.

Greater the work function of a metal, the-----------------------the critical frequency for photoelectric

emission.

(a) Lower.

(c) Higher.

7

A photon falls through a certain height in gravitational field manifest the increase energy

due the fall by increase in---------------. '

(a) Kinetic energy. *

(c) Frequency.

(b) Velocity.

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D 30564

27 What voltage must be applied to an electron microscope to produce electrons of wavelength 0.05

nm ? Given r.mass of electron 9-1 x 10-31 kg, charge of electron = 1.6 x 10-19 C, Planks constant h =

6.62 x 10-34 J.S.

28 List and comment on various quantum numbers associated with an atomic electron ?

(5 x 2 = 10 weightage)

Section D

IV. Essay questions. Answer any two questions.

29 Discuss the development of quantum mechanics from the limitations of classical mechanics.

30 Obtain the eigen values and normalized eigen functions and probability densities of a particle

confined in a one dimensional rectangular box with infinitely hard walls.

31 Obtain Schrodinger equation in polar coordinates for a particle moving under a spherically

symmetric potential and carryout separation of variables involved in it.

( 2 x 4 = 8 weightage)

If a photon materialises into an electron and a positron the process is called---------------------.

(a) Momentum only.

11 Fine structure in spectral lines and anomalous Zeeman effect are explained on the basis of:

(a) Electron spin.

12 Scanning tunneling microscope is to study----------------------.

(12 x V4 = 3 weightage)

Section B

II.

14 What is Compton effect ? Explain its significance.

15 Why gravitational red shift is not apparent in the case of sun ?

16 Explain the pair production process.

17 Show that Bohrs condition for stability of electronic orbit is in agreement to the de Broglies

matter wave concept.

18 What do you mean by a well behaved wave function ?

19 Derive an expression for expectation value of position using the fundamental average value

concept.

20 Show that the spacing of energy levels of Harmonic oscillator is constant.

21 Derive Schrodinger equation of Hydrogen atom in spherical polar coordinate.

( 9 x 1 = 9 weightage)

Section C

III.

22 Show that it is impossible for pair production to conserve both energy and momentum unless

some other object is involved in the process to carry away part of photon momentum.

23 Will photoelectron be emitted by a metal surface of work function 4.4 eV when illuminated by

visible light ?

25 Derive time independent Schrodinger equation in one dimension.

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