PHYSICS 330 -- Spring 2006


    Professor Michael Gold

STM imageIn this scanning tunneling microscope (STM) image, electron density waves are seen to be breaking around two atom-sized defects on the surface of a copper crystal. The resultant standing waves result from the interference of the electron waves scattering from the defects. Courtesy, Don Eigler, IBM.

Textbook:  Modern Physics from alpha to Z0, Rohlf, ISBN 0-471-57270-5,  John Wiley & Sons, 1994.
My Office Hours: M,W,F 11-11:50 rm 1111 or 131  / or by appointment / or drop by
Teaching Assistant Huang Fang email
Semester Schedule (lecture notes, hw solutions)
What's new and cool in physics?
Cool Simulations
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