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Consider the case of a two-dimensional harmonic oscillator with the following Hamiltonian: endobj ... Perturbation Theory - Concept + Questions - Duration: 36:39. I heard about this Perturbation theory before but it was not quite interested for me. stream What is interesting about the solution of this system is that we find out that the … Ronald Castillon Says: April 21st, 2009 at 5:21 am. 39 0 obj The Hamiltonians to which we know exact solutions, such as the hydrogen atom, the quantum harmonic oscillator and the particle in a box, are too idealized to adequately describe most systems. Abstract: Here a special case of perturbation in quantum harmonic oscillator is studied. 21 0 obj Perturbation theory develops an expression for the desired solution in terms of a formal power series in some "small" parameter ... (harmonic oscillator, linear wave equation), statistical or quantum-mechanical systems of non-interacting particles (or in general, Hamiltonians or free energies containing only terms quadratic in all degrees of freedom). Degenerate Perturbation Theory: Distorted 2-D Harmonic Oscillator The above analysis works fine as long as the successive terms in the perturbation theory form a convergent series. 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Homework Equations The energy operator / Hamiltonian: H = -h²/2μ(Px² + Py²) + μω(x² + y²) The Attempt at a Solution The only eigenstates with such an energy are |1 0> and |0 1>, so now I have to find an operator … /Type /EmbeddedFile endobj 40 0 obj << /Border[0 0 1]/H/I/C[0 1 1] %PDF-1.5 /Filter /FlateDecode In other words, when the inter- nuclear distance of a diatomic molecule exceeds its equilibrium value by an kۙ���^v�/{o��^��몞G�2�u�!A����'�/ܰ���h0���!Xj�������CCyo8t�ݻ�Jz���S�؎���A"!�Dq`�EC��IJ7-������S(��o) ��y�3v�A��=�! << endobj /Border[0 0 1]/H/I/C[0 1 1] << << We add an anharmonic perturbation to the Harmonic Oscillator problem. Q1 Consider a 1D harmonic oscillator with potential energy V = 1 2 (1 + )kx2, where k, are constants. 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1 0 obj 27 0 obj << endobj It is subject to a perturbation U = bx 4, where b is a suitable parameter, so that perturbation theory is applicable. 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(harmonic oscillator, linear wave equation), statistical or quantum-mechanical systems of non-interacting particles (or in general, Hamiltonians or free energies containing only terms quadratic in all degrees of freedom). Degenerate Perturbation Theory: Distorted 2-D Harmonic Oscillator The above analysis works fine as long as the successive terms in the perturbation theory form a convergent series. 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