Featured Image Archive - Page 2
QM Measurement Program ` - Jul 20, 2009
The QM Measurement program is one of 18 Open Source Physics programs that model time-dependent quantum mechanics using an energy eigenstate expansion. The program is used to simulate the quantum-mechanical measurements of energy, position, and/or momentum.
The double slit experiment and the collapse of the wavefunction ` - May 19, 2009
View and modify a simulation of quantum double-slit interference for quantum systems.
Quantum Physics made Relatively Simple: Three Lectures by Hans Bethe ` - Dec 22, 2008
Hans Bethe provides a perspective of quantum theory for the general public.
Quantum Tunneling ` - Oct 3, 2008
This tutorial uses images and animations to explore quantum mechanical tunneling.
QM Momentum Expectation Value Program ` - Aug 6, 2008
The OSP expectation value programs relate the motion of wave functions to the time dependence of expectation values.
Wave Function Sketcher ` - Aug 6, 2008
The Wave Function Sketcher allows students to explore quantum wave functions and boundary conditions without programming.
The University of Virginia Virtual Lab ` - Jul 3, 2008
Take a virtual tour of microelectronics and nanotechnology research and fabrication facilities.
This self-contained file contains Open Source Physics programs for the teaching of time evolution and visualization of quantum-mechanical bound states that appear in the American Journal of Physics theme issue on computational physics.
QM Superposition Program ` - Apr 13, 2008
The QM Superposition program is one of 18 Open Source Physics programs that model time-dependent quantum mechanics using an energy eigenstate expansion. The program displays the time evolution of the position-space wave function.
Wavepacket Tunneling through a Carbon Nanotube ` - Jan 22, 2008
Animations of the quantum tunneling of electrons through a carbon nanotube.
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