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-1-1Applets for quantum mechanics
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This set of applets features illustrations of quantum mechanics through interactive animations in the following domains : Young interference fringes - wavepacket propagation - linear superposition of eigenstates (including coherent states of the harmonic oscillator) - nuclear magnetic resonance.Sat, 14 Mar 1998 08:00:00 GMTBarbra Bied Sperling CSU, Office of the ChancellorMath And Physics Applets
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This site provides a large selection of physics and math simulations. There is also fairly comprehensive explanatory information about the science and computation behind the applets. The applets are fairly small, and load quickly (even on dial-up), but are very broad in their coverage of topics. These applets are useful for illustrating physical systems and behavior that can not, in general, observed by experiments.Tue, 09 Dec 2003 08:00:00 GMTPaul FalstadVisual Quantum Mechanics
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A collection of tutorials and experiments (real and virtual) covering quantum physics from a conceptual point of view.Fri, 07 Jul 2000 07:00:00 GMTDean Zollman Kansas State UniversityCHAOS: CLASSICAL AND QUANTUM
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That is what we will focus on in ChaosBook. The book is a self-contained
graduate textbook on classical and quantum chaos. Your professor does not know
this material, so you are on your own. We will teach you how to evaluate a
determinant, take a logarithmstuff like that. Ideally, this should take 100 pages
or so. Well, we failso far we have not found a way to traverse this material in
less than a semester, or 200-300 page subset of this text. Nothing to be done.Wed, 26 Nov 2008 19:07:45 GMTRonnie Mainieri; Andreas Wirzba; Niall Whelan; Gregor Tanner; Gábor Vattay; Roberto Artuso; Predrag CvitanovićMark's Quantum Mechanics Applets
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Java applets illustrating nonrelativistic quantum mechanics.Mon, 23 Jun 1997 07:00:00 GMTMark Sutherland University of TorontoRELATE MechanicsWIKI Home
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<p>This is a free, online textbook offered in conjunction with MIT's OpenCourseWare. "This e-Book is a first step toward a shift in the role of the printed textbook from authoritative serial repository to modular, customizable, linkable, interactive hub. The ideal modern textbook should provide a clear overview of the domain, short summaries of key content, links to more detailed online source material, embedded self-assessment, and a vehicle for instant student feedback. This open-source e-Book for introductory mechanics uses ideas from modeling physics to encourage strategic, concept-based problem solving and employs a wiki format to enable multiple parallel organizations of the material, links to resources and student comments."</p>
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<div>This e-Book is a first step toward a shift in the role of the printed textbook from authoritative serial repository to modular, customizable, linkable, interactive hub. The ideal modern textbook should provide a clear overview of the domain, short summaries of key content, links to more detailed online source material, embedded self-assessment, and a vehicle for instant student feedback. This open-source e-Book for introductory mechanics uses ideas from modeling physics to encourage strategic, concept-based problem solving and employs a wiki format to enable multiple parallel organizations of the material, links to resources and student comments. Online Publication</div>Thu, 25 Mar 2010 00:38:56 GMTAnalia Barrantes; Andrew Pawl; David E. Pritchard; Stephen R. Wilk MIT; MIT; MIT; MITRemotely Controlled Laboratories
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Experiments in Modern Physics conducted remotely via the Web.Thu, 29 May 2008 21:18:44 GMTH. J. Jodl University of Technology KaiserslauternThe Quantum Bouncing Ball
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The movie below shows the evolution of a quantum-mechanical wavepacket bouncing on a hard surface under the influence of gravity. This sort of thing might actually be observed in the laboratory someday, by dropping ultracold atoms onto<br/>an atomic mirror.Sat, 06 May 2000 07:00:00 GMTJulio Gea-Banacloche University of ArkansasUsing Physlets and Just-in-Time Teaching in Quantum Mechanics
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We have developed curricular material in support of a one-semester, intermediate course in quantum mechanics. This curricular material uses the Just-in-Time Teaching (JiTT) technique and, where applicable, Physlets to actively engage students outside of the classroom to enhance their in-class experience. Forty-six such JiTT exercises and in-class interactive demonstrations have been developed.Wed, 28 Aug 2002 07:00:00 GMTMario BelloniPhyslet Problems: Hydrogenic Atom
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These Physlets give graphical representations of the wavefunctions of the Hydrogen atom. Available are the radial wavefunctions, angular wavefunctions, and a cross-section of the wavefunctions in the z-x plane.<br/><br/>These applets are part of the Modern Physics example Physlets from the book of Christian and Belloni. (Chapter 10, examples 10.2.1 and 10.2.2)Wed, 13 Dec 2000 08:00:00 GMTWolfgang Christian Davidson CollegeMatrix Multiplication
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<p>The <em>Matrix Multiplication</em> simulation aims to help students learn how to multiply two matrices and what conditions need to be fulfilled for the product of two matrices to exist. Students can choose different dimensions for matrices A and B, and the product C=AB is displayed if it exists. Student can select an element of the matrix C to see how it is calculated. An accompanying activity for this simulation is available at <a href="http://quantumphysics.iop.org">http://quantumphysics.iop.org</a> and <a href="http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/physics/quvis">www.st-andrews.ac.uk/physics/quvis</a>. The simulation can be downloaded from the QuVis website <a href="http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/physics/quvis">www.st-andrews.ac.uk/physics/quvis</a>.</p><p class="Paragraph">This simulation is part of the UK Institute of Physics New Quantum Curriculum, see <a href="http://quantumphysics.iop.org">http://quantumphysics.iop.org</a>. Simulations and accompanying activities can be accessed from the IOP site and from www.st-andrews.ac.uk/physics/quvis. Sharing of these resources is encouraged, with all usage under the Creative Commons CC BY-NC-ND licence. Instructors can email <a href="mailto:quantumphysics@iop.org">quantumphysics@iop.org</a> for activity solutions and to request to modify materials.</p>Fri, 20 Dec 2013 15:10:54 GMTAntje KohnleEigenvectors and Eigenvalues
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Allows user to choose an energy for a quantum-mechanical system described by a user-defined potential energy function. Applet displays the numerical solution. Energy need not be an eigenvalue of the respective Hamiltonian.Tue, 23 May 2000 07:00:00 GMTWolfgang Christian Davidson UniversityAtom Dipole Transistions Applet
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This quantum mechanics simulation shows electric dipole transitions, interactions of classical electromagnetic radiation, in an atom. It demonstrates absorption and stimulated emission. A wide range of transitions are shown, including the time-dependent states, the electric field, and the amplitudes and phases of each basis state.Thu, 18 Nov 2004 08:00:00 GMTPaul FalstadAtomic Orbitals
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Electrons are distributed around an atom<br/> according to probability density distributions. Visitors can use<br/> this interactive Java tutorial to observe how combinations of<br/> atomic orbitals combine to create an electronic "shell"<br/> surrounding the atom.Sat, 10 Feb 2001 08:00:00 GMTMichael Davidson Florida State UniversityBohrs Theory of the Hydrogen Atom
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This applet illustrates a hydrogen atom according to a particle (Niels Bohr) or wave (Louis de Broglie) model. One can choose a principal quantum number n to observe the changes in the speed of the particle or the circumference of the wave. The energy levels of the atom are displayed and change according to the value of n that is chosen. The orbital radius r and the total energy E are displayed as well. Also, one can vary an orbits radius to display a nonstationary state since the circles circumference will not be an integer multiple of the wavelength.Mon, 01 Dec 2008 21:21:21 GMTWalter FendtClassical Mechanics vs. Quantum Mechanics
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<p>This site contains simulations of the following:</p><p>Classical and Quantum Particle in a Box.</p><p>Classical and Quantum Particle in a SH0.</p><p>Classical and Quantum Particle Subject to Gravity</p><p>The Domain of Quantum Mechanics.</p><p>It includes both an instructor version and student version.</p>Tue, 04 Nov 2003 08:00:00 GMTMario BelloniGraphical representation of complex eigenvectors
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<p>The <em>Graphical representation of complex eigenvectors</em> simulation aims to help students make connections between graphical and mathematical representations of complex eigenvectors and eigenvalues. The simulation depicts two components of a complex vector in the complex plane, and the same vector under several transformations that can be chosen by the user. A slider allows students to change the second component of the initial vector. The simulation shows whether or not the vector is an eigenvector, and if so displays the associated eigenvalue. The simulation includes a small challenge in asking the student to find the elements of one of the transformation matrices. An accompanying activity for this simulation is available at <a href="http://quantumphysics.iop.org" target="_blank">http://quantumphysics.iop.org</a> and at www.st-andrews.ac.uk/physics/quvis. The simulation can be downloaded from the QuVis website <a href="http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/physics/quvis">www.st-andrews.ac.uk/physics/quvis</a>.</p><p class="Paragraph">This simulation is part of the UK Institute of Physics New Quantum Curriculum, see <a href="http://quantumphysics.iop.org">http://quantumphysics.iop.org</a>. Simulations and accompanying activities can be accessed from the IOP site and from www.st-andrews.ac.uk/physics/quvis. Sharing of these resources is encouraged, with all usage under the Creative Commons CC BY-NC-ND licence. Instructors can email <a href="mailto:quantumphysics@iop.org">quantumphysics@iop.org</a> for activity solutions and to request to modify materials.</p>Fri, 20 Dec 2013 15:19:01 GMTAntje KohnleGraphical representation of eigenvectors
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<p>The <em>Graphical representation of eigenvectors</em> simulation aims to help students make connections between graphical and mathematical representations of eigenvectors and eigenvalues. The simulation depicts the two components of a unit vector in the xy-plane, and the same vector under several different transformations that can be chosen by the user. A slider allows students to change the orientation of the initial vector. The simulation shows whether or not the vector is an eigenvector, and if so displays the associated eigenvalue. The simulation includes a small challenge in asking students to find the elements of one of the transformation matrices 4. An accompanying activity for this simulation is available at <a href="http://quantumphysics.iop.org" target="_blank">http://quantumphysics.iop.org</a> and at www.st-andrews.ac.uk/physics/quvis. The simulation can be downloaded from the QuVis website <a href="http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/physics/quvis">www.st-andrews.ac.uk/physics/quvis</a>.</p><p>This simulation is part of the UK Institute of Physics New Quantum Curriculum, see <a href="http://quantumphysics.iop.org">http://quantumphysics.iop.org</a>. Simulations and accompanying activities can be accessed from the IOP site and from www.st-andrews.ac.uk/physics/quvis. Sharing of these resources is encouraged, with all usage under the Creative Commons CC BY-NC-ND licence. Instructors can email <a href="mailto:quantumphysics@iop.org">quantumphysics@iop.org</a> for activity solutions and to request to modify materials.</p>Fri, 20 Dec 2013 15:14:16 GMTAntje KohnleHydrogen Atom Viewer Applet
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Visual display of various wavefunctions (probability densities) for given eigenstates of the Hydrogen atom. Results are displayed in 3D and can be rotated, zoomed, and the resolution changed. A wide range of basis states can be used.Thu, 06 Mar 2003 08:00:00 GMTPaul FalstadHyperPhysics Quantum Physics
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A hyperlinked exploration of quantum physics and quantum mechanics.Wed, 11 Feb 2004 08:00:00 GMTRod NaveLight & Radiation-PhET Simulations
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<p>A group of simulations on the physical and geometric nature of light along with applications of electromagnetic radiation.</p><p> </p>Mon, 16 Apr 2012 19:01:08 GMTPhET University of Colorado at BoulderMolecular Orbital Viewer Applet
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This java applet displays the molecular wave functions (molecular orbitals) of the hydrogen molecular ion (H2+) in 3-D. Different states can be viewed. Users can change the spacing between nuclei and rotate the images in 3D.Thu, 18 Nov 2004 08:00:00 GMTPaul FalstadPHET: Quantum Phenomena
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This website that contains many simulations and animations related to the discovery and development of quantum physics such as the Photoelectric Effect, Quantum Tunneling, Lasers, Models of the Hydrogen Atom, Semiconductors, and Rutherford Scattering along with several others. This site is primarily conceptual in nature however some quantitative measurements can be made.Wed, 19 Nov 2008 18:31:34 GMTPhET Group University of ColoradoPhysics 111 Self-Graded Quiz No. 4
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A self-graded quiz on basic electromagnetim and optics from the second semester of an algebra-based introductory physics course.Fri, 22 Jun 2001 07:00:00 GMTBrian Zulkoskey University of the Saskatchewan