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dc.contributorSarah Gilbert
dc.contributor.authorCarl Wieman
dc.descriptionLearning Goal: Be able to describe a physical situation that would correspond to simple potential energy curves. Given a simple physical system, be able to draw the relevant potential energy curve needed to model dynamical behaviour. Explain why models are useful in physics.
dc.publisherUBC Science Education Initiative Materials Archive
dc.rightsCC BY-NC 3.0
dc.subjectModern Physics
dc.titleModeling of physical systems (Quantum Mechanics) learning goal
dc.typeLearning Object
dcterms.educationLevelUndergraduate (Lower Division)
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ubc.coursePHYS 250
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