By Torsten Fließbach, Hans Walliser
In den beliebten Lehrbüchern zur Theoretischen Physik von Torsten Fließbach werden zahlreiche Übungsaufgaben gestellt, aber keine Lösungen angegeben. Das vorliegende Buch bietet – auf vielfachen Wunsch von Lesern – Musterlösungen an, und zwar für die Gebiete Mechanik, Elektrodynamik, Quantenmechanik und Statistische Physik.
Etwa ein Drittel des Buchs besteht aus einem knappen Repetitorium des Stoffs zur Mechanik, Elektrodynamik, Quantenmechanik und Statistischen Physik, das auch als Hilfe bei Prüfungsvorbereitungen gedacht ist.
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The target can be moved along the axis up to the defining aperture and Figure 7 also contains a plot of the 511 keV rates recorded at various distances along the cell. ' Helium gas has been investigated between threshold and 125 eV. After normalizing our relative value to that of the Bielefeld group (14) at 40 eV, good agreement was obtained over most of the energy range. At present the statistical error on our data are at the ± 10% level. Further investigations will be carried out to ascertain whether this method can yield accurate relative/absolute values for aps.
I ....... ""':........ ,-----,:-==--- ",,"'-: . 'I' ,. _'-. - ... ~ .. '·1' . ,'-..... ", ",~~I-- " Fig. 9. 24 dOp /dn system proposed by E. Horsdaal-Pedersen (21). The fast o-P~ produced at various points along the scattering cell may pass through the 1 mm annular aperture to the position sensitive detector. most useful at the higher impact energies since its detection efficiency can easily be shown to be peaked around 40-60 0 (the Thomas angle for e+ is 45 0 ) with an ideal resolution of = 30 (22).
As shown in Figure 10, in the low energy region Tt~ for e+ and e- are high, but 1/4 or 1/3 of the theoretical values of Jain • This large discrepancy with the theoretical data is not understood. In the energy range below 2 eV and above 200 eV, the TCS values for e+ and e- colliding with H20 coincide with each other, as shown in Figure 11, and those with NH3 show the same tendency. These results show that the Born approximation is a fairly good approximation for these regions. One of the characteristics of scattering by polar molecules is that the cross section for Ps formation is very low.