# Quantum Physics

## Photon and its properties

In this article, we will discuss about the photon and its properties: A photon is basically a basic particle which carries with itself electromagnetic energy.

## Application of Schrodinger wave equation: Particle in a box

Consider one dimensional closed box of width L. A particle of mass ‘m’ is moving in a one-dimensional region along X-axis specified by the limits

## Wave function and its physical significance

WAVE FUNCTION If there is a wave associated with a particle, then there must be a function to represent it. This function is called wave

## Time Independent Schrodinger Wave Equation

As discussed in the article of time dependent Schrodinger wave equation: V=A exp[-i/Ћ(Et-px] = A exp(-i/Ћ Et) exp(i/Ћ) Ψ=ψ’ exp(-iEt/Ћ)                                                             (1) Where Ћ = h/2π

## TIME DEPENDENT SCHRODINGER WAVE EQUATION

In quantum mechanics, the wave function ψ corresponds to the variable y of wave motion. We know that the wave function for a particle is

## Origin of Quantum Physics

Broadly, there are two types of mechanics called classical mechanics and quantum mechanics. Classical mechanics or physics explained successfully motion of the objects which can

## Applications of the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle: The Radius of Bohr’s First Orbit

In one of my earlier articles, I have discussed the one the applications of the Heisenberg uncertainty principle that is non-existence of electron in the

## de Broglie concept of matter waves: dual nature of matter

MATTER WAVES : dE-BROGLIE CONCEPT In 1924, Lewis de-Broglie proposed that matter has dual characteristic just like radiation. His concept about the dual nature of

## Applications of Heisenberg’s Uncertainty principle: Non-existence of electrons in the nucleus

Applications of Heisenberg Uncertainty principle The Heisenberg uncertainty principle based on quantum physics explains a number of facts which could not be explained by classical

## Heisenberg uncertainty principle

Statement: According to Heisenberg uncertainty principle, it is impossible to measure the exact position and momentum of a particle simultaneously within the wave packet. We