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The evaluation during the semester has a laboratory component 4 values and a test component two tests, 8 points each.

Quantum Physics – Course Unit – University of Coimbra

The test component can be replaced by final exam 16 points. Acquire basic concepts of quantum mechanics and ability to apply them to specific physical situations. Acquire basic knowledge of Atomic Physics and Physics of Solids. Integration of knowledge acquired in these three areas in a quantum description of matter.

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Ability to search and use literature, organizing a consistent set of information relating to the referred subjects. Ability to solve problems, including the development of relevant mathematical skills. Ability to implement and interpret simple experiments related to the subject content.

Competence in analysis and synthesis. Competence in oral and written communication.

Fundamentos de Fisica Moderna : Robert Eisberg :

Competence in information management. Competence to solve problems. Competence in applying theoretical knowledge to practice. Competence in group work. Competence in critical thinking.

Competence to understand the language of other experts. Quantification of light and energy. Bohr model of the atom. Wavelike properties of particles. Wave function, probability density and average values.

Applications to one-dimensional problems: Stern-Gerlach experiment, spin, addition of angular momentum. Transition rates and selection rules.

Introduction to solid physics: Magnetic properties of solids. Quantum PhysicsR. Resnick, John Wiley Sons, 2nd Ed. Introduction to Quantum MechanicsD. Griffiths, Prentice Hall, Back to study programme. Quantum Physics Year 3. Language of Instruction Portuguese.

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Mode of Delivery Face-to-face.

Teaching Methods 1- Theoretical classes with explanation of of concepts and fundamntos examples, using both black board and slides; 2- classes devoted to problem-solving; 3- practical classes with experimental work. Learning Outcomes Acquire basic concepts of quantum mechanics and ability to apply them to specific physical situations. Work Placement s No Syllabus 1.

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