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View Resource Introduction to Quantum Mechanics: Assessment

This resource provides an assessment for students who have just learned the basics of quantum mechanics. The accompanying interactive lesson which may be used before this assessment is also available. This five question assessment covers the concept of probability, electrons and some other basic concepts related to quantum mechanics. Although a preview of the activity is available, instructors...

View Resource Quantum Strand Assessment

This brief assessment on quantum strands is intended to be used after students have completed the introductory activities on this topic - Introduction to Quantum Mechanics Activity, Quantum Tunneling Activity, and Scanning Tunneling Microscopy Activity. The assessment consists of 12 multiple choice and short answer questions. Although a preview of the activity is available, instructors and...

View Resource Introduction to Quantum Mechanics Activity

This resource provides an introductory activity on "the basic quantum mechanics concepts about electrons that are essential to understanding modern and future technology- especially nanotechnology that will be vitally important to the industry." Core concepts include probability distribution, electron waves, diffraction, interference, tunneling, bound states and excited states. The interactive...

View Resource Quantum Physics Resource Packet

This website contains a collection of computational resources for use in a quantum physics class. Maple files are provided to introduce students to scientific computation. This collection includes suggested problems for use with the CUPS software. Topics covered include energy levels and wave functions for various potential wells and a 1-D lattice.

View Resource Importance of unsaturated flow in predicting the deformations around tunnels in swelling rock

This paper by Georgios Anagnostou, hosted by the Institute for Geotechnical Engineering, focuses of swelling phenomenon in tunneling and how it is numerically modeled with a coupled hydraulic-mechanical process. The page addresses heavily how seepage equations influence this phenomenon.

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