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By Kappeli E.

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Die vorliegende Aufgabensammlung ergänzt die im gleichen Verlag erschienenen Titel "Strömungslehre und Strömungsmaschinen", "Aufgabensammlung zur FluidmechanikTeil 1 Potentialströmungen" und "Strömungsmaschinen an Beispielen",Die Sammlung richtet sich an Studenten von Fachhochschulen und vergleichbaren Ausbildungsrichtungen, in der Praxis tätige Ingenieure und Techniker des Maschinenbaus und verwandten oder ähnlichen Fachrichtungen-Nützliche Anregungen wurden aus verschiedenen Quellen und aus namhaften Werken übernommen, die im Literaturverzeichnis angegeben sind. Bei diesen Autoren bedanke ich mich und spreche ihnen meine beste Anerkennung aus. Dem Verlag Harri Deutsch danke ich für die gute Zusammenarbeit und die Herausgabe des Titels.

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69) has the same effect as operating on Ψ (z, t) with an operator that is associated with the given physical quantity. 64), the total energy E of the particle with mass m is the sum of its kinetic and potential energies. 69), we obtain EΨ (z, t) = i ∂2 ∂ . 70) represents two new differential operators; the left hand side operator is referred to as the hamiltonian operator [H], the right hand side operator is the operator for the total energy E. 70) are applied to a free particle wave function Ψ (z, t) we get − 2 ∂ 2 Ψ (z, t) ∂Ψ (z, t) .

Bohr’s principle of complementarity is thus valid only for atomic size processes and asserts that these processes can manifest themselves either as waves or as particles (corpuscules) during a given experiment, but never as both during the same experiment. However, to understand and describe fully an atomic scale physical process the two types of properties must be investigated with different experiments, since both properties complement rather than exclude each other. The most important example of this particle-wave duality is the photon, a mass-less particle characterized with energy, frequency and wavelength.

The electrons are produced in an electron gun and scattered by the nickel crystalline structure that has an atom spacing d and acts as a reflection grating. 57) where υ is the velocity of electrons determined from the classical kinetic energy relationship EK = me υ 2 /2 = eV with V the applied potential. The experimentally determined particle-wave duality suggests that both the particle model and the wave model can be used for particles as well as for photon radiation. However, for a given measurement only one of the two models will apply.

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