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Course Name
Turkish
Modern Fizik
English
Modern Physics
Course Code
FIZ 201
Credit
Lecture
(hour/week)
Recitation
(hour/week)
Laboratory
(hour/week)
Semester
4
3
3


Course Language
Turkish
Course Coordinator
Mehmet Murat Sunar
Course Objectives
1. Learning the concepts of the modern physics.
2. Building the connection between modern physics and quantum mechanics and learning the application of basic quantum mechanics problems.
3. Building the connection between quantum mechanics and many particle systems, such as statistical physics.
Course Description
Relativity, Particle Properties of Waves, Wave Properties of Particles, Atomic Structure, Quantum Mechanics, Quantum Theory of the Hydrogen Atom, ManyElectron Atoms, Molecules, Statistical Mechanics
Course Outcomes
Students who pass the course will be able to gain basic knowledge about:
I. Getting the knowledge of Relativity Theory and using its concepts
II. Explanation of the Particle – Wave duality principle, and radiation emitted by transitions in atoms.
III. Concepts of atom and atomic structure
IV. Solving problems using the Heisenberg uncertainty principle and the Bohr atom model
V. Principles of the Hydrogen Atom
VI. Learning the Angular momentum and spin momentum algebra
VII. Solving the 1dimensional Schrödinger Equation
VIII. Solving the 3dimensional Schrödinger Equation
IX. Statistical Mechanics fundamental
Prerequisite(s)
Yok/None
Required Facilities
Some problems of the home works may require the use of computer programs for numerical solution or visual modeling.
Other
Textbook
Modern Physics for Scientists and Engineers, John Taylor, Chris Zafaritos, Prentice Hall ,1991
Other References
Concepts of Modern Physics ,A. Baiser, 6th ed., McGrawHill (2003)
Modern Physics, Kenneth Krane
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