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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Write out energy of the one dimensional Harmonic oscillator. Write out energy of the three dimensional Harmonic oscillator. Write out energy of the Harmonic Oscillator in spherical coordinate. Write out wave function of the one dimensional Harmonic oscillator. Write out wave function of the three dimensional Harmonic oscillator. Write out wave function of the Harmonic oscillator in spherical coordinate. Explicitly write out ground state wave function of the Harmonic oscillator in 1 dimension. 8. Explicitly write out ground state wave function of the Harmonic oscillator in 3D dimensions. 9. Explicitly write out ground state wave function of the Harmonic oscillator in spherical coordinate system. 10. Write out the energy for 3D harmonic oscilator. 11. Write out the energy for 3D harmonic oscilator. 12. Write out energy for harmonic oscillator in spherical coordinate. 13. Construct the energy spectrum for 3D Harmonic oscillator for each quantum number from 0 to 3. 14. Construct the energy spectrum for Harmonic oscillator in spherical coordinate for quantum number from 0 to 3. 15. For 3D harmonic oscillator, what is the energy of the highest occupied level in the ground state for a system of 20 non interacting particles? 16. For 3D harmonic oscillator in spherical coordinate, what is the energy of the highest occupied level in the ground state for a system of 20 non interacting particles? 17. Using uncertainty principle calculate minimum energy of the 1 dimensional harmonic oscillator. 18. Explain physical meaning of the zero point energy of the oscillator? 19. Write down average energy of the oscillators as a function of temperature. 20. What is the zero point energy of a black body? 21. Use human scale values for the classical harmonic oscillator, and compare energy of the quantum and classical oscillator to determine values of the quantum number n, thus the system is in the corresponding limit. 22. Consider a classical oscillator of has energy equal to the ground state energy of the quantum oscillator. Determine amplitude of the classical oscillator and discuss your result! 23. Find the commutation relation of and . 24. Using action of on the ground state wave function determine ground state wave function of oscillator as a function of . 25. Using action of on the ground state wave function determine first eigenstate of the oscillator as a function of . 26. Write down and interms of . 27. Calculate the followings:

where

28. Show that the expectation value of the potential energy in a harmonic oscillator energy eigenstate equals the expectation value of the kinetic energy in that state. 29. Write out time dependent wave function for 1D harmonic oscillator. 30. Can particle escape when its energy too large?

Hints:

Hermite Polynomials

**Generalized Laguerre polynomials
**

l 0 n 0 2 4

2

1

4

l 1

n

1

3

5

3

5

Spherical Harmonics m -2 l 0 1 2

-1

0

1

2

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