On successful completion of this module, the students should be able to:
- Construct (C) verbal description of a problem into the language of physics.
- Outline (a) an experimental setup or sketch (a) a graph to analyze (A) its data in terms of the known and unknown physical quantities.
- Understand (K) fundamental principles of physics governing light behavior and atomic spectra such as wave-particle duality, quantum physics and electromagnetic radiation theory. Utilize these principals to express (C) mathematical equations governing light behavior for any given problem, and then solve (a) them for the unknown physical quantities.
- Distinguish (A) between relativistic and nonrelativistic characterization with examples. Predict (a) using estimates of order of magnitudes of energy, and carry out unit algebra.
- Dissect (A) the wave equation in space and time and construct (C) its solution based on the boundary conditions provided.
- Identify (K) different parts of the EM spectrum and Compare (E, U) by performing simple calculations using estimates of order of magnitudes in wavelength, wave number, energy, power etc.
- Employ (a) Schrodinger’s equation to predict (E) properties of Hydrogen and Hydrogen-like atoms under various potentials.
Bloom’s Taxonomy Levels:
(K) Knowledge, (U) Understand, (a) Apply, (A) Analyze, (E) Evaluate, (C) Create.