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142.089 Atomic, Nuclear and Particle Physics I
This course is in all assigned curricula part of the STEOP.
This course is in at least 1 assigned curriculum part of the STEOP.

2022S, UE, 1.0h, 1.0EC
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  • Semester hours: 1.0
  • Credits: 1.0
  • Type: UE Exercise
  • LectureTube course
  • Format: Presence

Learning outcomes

After successful completion of the course, students are able to solve problems of atomic, nuclear and particle physics and to apply methods which are taught in the parallel lecture course 142.086 Atom-, Kern- und Teilchenphysik I.

Subject of course

One-electron atom: fine structure, hyperfine structure and isotopic shift, interaction with electromagnetic radiation; two-electron atoms; many-electron atoms; basic nuclear properties; nuclear models

Teaching methods

Solution of problems and discussion in thr group

Mode of examination

Written and oral



Course dates

Fri13:00 - 15:0025.03.2022FH Hörsaal 4 AKT1 UE
Fri13:00 - 15:0008.04.2022EI 3A Hörsaal AKT1 UE
Fri13:00 - 15:0006.05.2022FH Hörsaal 4 AKT1 UE
Fri13:00 - 15:0013.05.2022FH Hörsaal 4 AKT1 UE
Fri13:00 - 15:0003.06.2022FH Hörsaal 4 AKT1 UE
Fri13:00 - 15:0024.06.2022FH Hörsaal 4 AKT1 UE

Examination modalities

Please register in TUWEL for this course. We will upload a new problem sheet after two new lectures have been posted.

- You can present problems voluntarily and collect one bonus point per presentation.

- You can pass the course by handing in a take-home exam. The homework counts for 10 points, you need four-point to pass. You can hand-in the work during June.

- Homework and presentation points amount to the grade.

Course registration

Begin End Deregistration end
07.03.2022 10:30 04.04.2022 23:59

Registration modalities

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No lecture notes are available.

Previous knowledge

Basic knowledge on electrodynamics and quantum theory is required. 

Accompanying courses