|Winter 2016||January 4th, 2016|
INSTRUCTOR: Jorge E. Hirsch, 5310 Mayer Hall, Ext.
COURSE COORDINATOR: Patti Hey, 2571 Mayer Hall Addition, Ext. 2-1468.
Relativity, atomic view of matter, quantization, atomic models of Rutherford and Bohr, wave and particle duality, matter waves, Schrodinger equation, hydrogen atom, periodic table.
Lectures: Tu, Th, F. Attendance is strongly encouraged.
Discussion Sections: These sections focus on understanding of theory and methodology, as well as problem solving. You are advised to attend these sections and to make them successful by actively participating.
Problem Sections: These sections focus on problem solving, in preparation for the quizzes. You are encouraged to attend and ask questions on homework problems as well as on lecture material.
Quizzes: Every other Friday, as detailed in the Course Schedule below. Attendance to quizzes is mandatory.
Problems from the books will be assigned for each text chapter, solutions will be posted on the web page . To fully understand the material, you should work most of the problems on your own without help of the solution key. Homeworks will not be graded.
FINAL EXAM: The final will be a closed-book multiple choice exam and cover all course material. Student I.D. is required to take the exam.
COURSE GRADE: Quizzes 50% , Final 50%. Grading scale : A: >80 %, B: >60%, C: >40%, D: >30%.
Please read "UCSD Policy on Integrity of Scholarship" in the 2016 UCSD General Catalog or the link given in the course webpage. These rules will be rigorously enforced.
WHOM TO SEE:
Toni Moore, 2581 Mayer Hall Addition, Physics Dept. Student Affairs Office, if you have any trouble using WebReg to add/change/drop, drop from waitlists.
The Teaching Assistant if you have questions relating to problem solving methods or to grades received.
The Instructor, if you have basic questions about the subject matter, or if you have administrative problems.
|1, Jan. 4||Relativity / 1||lecture|
|2, Jan. 11||Relativity / 2||Quiz 1|
|3, Jan. 18||Light quanta / 3||lecture|
|4, Jan. 25||Light, matter / 3,4||Quiz 2|
|5, Feb. 1||Bohr atom / 4||lecture|
|6, Feb. 8||Matter waves / 5||Quiz 3|
|7, Feb. 15||Schrodinger equation / 6||lecture|
|8, Feb. 22||Tunneling / 7||Quiz 4|
|9, Feb. 29||Hydrogen atom / 8||lecture|
|10, March 7||Atomic structure / 9||Quiz 5|