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Wave-particle duality of matter, special relativity, processes in atomic, nuclear and solid state, and introduction to quantum mechanical devices and techniques.

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Collection's Items (Sorted by Item Type in Ascending order): 1 to 9 of 9
Item TypeTitleSubjectAuthor(s)Issue DateAccess
Learning Goals/ObjectivesPhotons - Light as a Particle - Photons - Light as a Particle learning goalsModern PhysicsCarl Wieman2009-09-17Open
Learning Goals/ObjectivesEmission and Absorption of Light - Emission and Absorption of Light learning goalsModern PhysicsCarl Wieman2009-09-17Open
Learning Goals/ObjectivesElectrons as Waves; Probability Waves - Electrons as Waves; Probability Waves learning goalsModern PhysicsCarl Wieman2009-09-17Open
Learning Goals/ObjectivesSchrodinger Eq and Potential Energy Wells - Schrodinger Eq and Potential Energy Wells learning goalsModern PhysicsCarl Wieman2009-09-17Open
Learning Goals/ObjectivesAtomic Structure learning goalsModern PhysicsCarl Wieman2009-09-17Open
Learning Goals/ObjectivesSolids and Conductivity learning goalsModern PhysicsCarl Wieman2009-09-17Open
Learning Goals/ObjectivesSpecial Relativity - Special Relativity learning goalsModern PhysicsCarl Wieman2009-09-17Open
Learning Goals/ObjectivesCourse-level and Topic-level Learning GoalsModern PhysicsCarl Wieman2009-11-13Open
Learning Goals/ObjectivesModeling of physical systems (Quantum Mechanics) learning goalModern PhysicsCarl Wieman2009-09-17Open
Collection's Items (Sorted by Item Type in Ascending order): 1 to 9 of 9