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FIZ 456 - Atomic & Molecular Physics

Course Objectives

1 - Calculating, the energy levels, degeneracy, spin and angular momentum, coupling of the momentums, spectrum of the atoms ranging - from hydrogen to many electron atoms, directly or by using approximations.
2 - To investigate the contexture of bonds of molecules and their spectrums.

Course Description

Rutherford model, atomic spectrum, Bohr model, energy levels, Sommerfeld model.For one-electron atoms; time-independent Schrödinger equation, eigenfunctions, eigenvalues, quantum numbers, probabitility densities, degeneracy and orbital angular momentum. Orbital magnetic dipole moment, Stern-Gerlach experiment and electron spin, spin-orbit interaction, total angular momentum, spin-orbit interaction energy and hydrogen energy levels, transition ratios and selection rules. For many-electron atoms; identical particles, exclusion principle, exchange interactions and helium atom, Hartree Fock theory, fundamental levels of many-electron atoms and the periodic table, alkali atoms, atoms with optically active electrons, LS coupling, energy levels of the carbon atom, Zeeman effect. Ionic bonds, covalent bonds, molecular spectrum, rotational spectrum, vibrational spectrum, electronic spectrum, of molecules.

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Esra Alveroğlu Durucu
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