Fondements de mécanique quantique et de spectroscopie

LBIR1340  2019-2020  Louvain-la-Neuve

Fondements de mécanique quantique et de spectroscopie
3.0 credits
22.5 h + 22.5 h
2q

Teacher(s)
Gaigneaux Eric (coordinator) ; Gonze Xavier ;
Language
Français
Content

Introduction to quantum mechanics (14,5h + 14,5h): Experimental and theoretical bases. Resolution of Schrödinger equation for simple cases, with one particle (potential well, harmonic oscillator, rigid rotator, hydrogenoid atoms). Approximate treatment: polyelectronic atoms, H2+ molecular ion, diatomic molecules. Molecular dynamics and chemical bonding notions.

Basis of spectroscopy (8h + 8h): Distinctions between spectrocopy and spectrometry, spectroscopies of absorption vs emission. Basis of spectroscopies  : rotation, vibration, libration, rotational and vibrational Raman, UVVis, XPS, resonance techniques (mostly EPR).

Teaching methods

Magistral classes and exercices sessions.

Evaluation methods

At the written examination, several questions of theory and problems are presented to the students. They demonstrate their knowledge by explaining the corresponding content of the course, and their ability to exploit this knowledge by solving the problems.

For the spectroscopy, are more more specificially proposed exercices that require the exploitation of the features of a spectrum in order to infer the characteristics of the sample that has generated it (and vice versa : prediction of a spectrum from the sample characteristics). Recognition of a spectroscopic technique used to generate a given spectrum is also a pilar of the evaluation.

Typically the global note is established on a basis of 30 points, coming for 20 of them from the evaluation of the knowledge of the student on the quantum mechanics part, and 10 of them on the spectrocopy part, and then reduced to 20 points.

Other information
 
 
 
 

 

Online resources

Syllabus are available on the moddle of the course.

Bibliography
  • Notes de cours (syllabus) disponibles sur le moodle.
  • Notes de cours (syllabus) disponibles sur le moodle.

Le cours ne fait appel à aucun support particulier qui serait payant et jugé obligatoire. Les ouvrages payants qui seraient éventuellement recommandés le sont à titre facultatif.

Faculty or entity


Programmes / formations proposant cette unité d'enseignement (UE)

Program title
Sigle
Credits
Prerequisites
Aims
Bachelor in Bioengineering