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Quantum Mechanics for Nanostructures
RF Cafe Quiz #31

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RF Cafe Featured Book - Quantum Mechanics for NanostructuresThis quiz is based on the information presented in the book, "Quantum Mechanics for Nanostructures," by Vladimir V. Mitin, Dmitry I. Sementsov, Nizami Z. Vagidov.
Published by Cambridge University Press.
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1.  When was the notion of "nanotechnology" introduced?

a)  1999
b)  1979
c)  1959
d)  1939



2.  What determines whether a material is a nanostructure?

a)  At least one dimension less than 100 nm
b)  No dimension greater than 1 nm
c)  Metric versus English units
d)  There is no formal distinction between nano and macro



3.  What is graphene?

a)  An atomic lattice of carbon in the shape of a Cartesian graph grid
b)  A single layer lattice of carbon atoms
c)  A 3-D crystal lattice of carbon atoms
d)  A carbon-based gas used for welding



4.  When was graphene first produced?

a)  1974
b)  1984
c)  1994
d)  2004



5.  What is the fundamental usefulness of the Schrödinger equation?

a)  It is used to calculate the wavefunction of a system
b)  It determines the relativistic mass of particles
c)  It is used to calculate electron energy levels
d)  It determines whether or not the cat is still alive



6.  What is quantum tunnelling?

a)  The ability of quanta to tunnel
b)  A purely theoretical phenomenon of electrons & protons
c)  Propagation of a proton in the region of a potential barrier
d)  Propagation of an electron in the region of a potential barrier



7.  Spin refers to which property of an electron?

a)  Angular momentum
b)  Whether it is pointing up or down
c)  Rotational speed
d)  The ability to recast information according to its bias



RF Cafe - (image from Wikipedia)8.  What does the image to the right represent?

a)  A molecule of graphene
b)  An atom of graphite
c)  A carbon nanotube
d)  A diamond nanotube




9.  What is the basis of a "single electron" device?

a)  Devices constructed from a single electron
b)  Devices that absorb a single electron per hole
c)  Devices based on the effect of tunneling of a single electron
d)  Devices with a single electron in the orbital



10.  In classical physics, what does a particle's total mechanical energy consist of?

a)  Kinetic energy + potential energy
b)  Kinetic energy * potential energy
c)  Sqrt (Kinetic energy2 + potential energy2)
d)  Sqrt (Kinetic energy * potential energy)


 

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