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A more complex zero-order approximation of perturbation theory that considers to a certain degree anharmonicities is chosen rather than a harmonic oscillator model. 5 0 obj 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. 39 0 obj endobj HARMONIC OSCILLATOR: RELATIVISTIC CORRECTION 2 Having verified that the first order energy correction may be applied to the harmonic oscillator, we can now plug in the values. "h�L�8JR�@1�1�=���I�/d�������)ӸCV�S��j�UE�C6!���}D�I��`���1� ��}���UW\u��P[�5X���>����P;�Z��rf�ϐ }�7�0�i-,�'�բ*��(�RNU~e?�n7��]��H�?1[�Ţ-��}x? << /S /GoTo /D (section*.1) >> endobj endobj endobj �������U�i`"�ظ}ٻ���E������3^��f��V%7>j����)��e՚{����w��}�]�y endobj >> /MediaBox [0 0 612 792] endobj << >> << A two-dimensional isotropic harmonic oscillator of mass μ has an energy of 2hω. (a) Find the expression for exact energy eigenvalues. Example: Two-dimensional harmonic oscilator 3 Time-dependent perturbation theory 4 Literature Igor Luka cevi c Perturbation theory. 44 0 obj Ronald Castillon Says: April 21st, 2009 at 5:21 am. A necessary condition is that the matrix elements of the perturbing Hamiltonian must be smaller than the corresponding energy level differences of the original Hamiltonian. /Annots [ 7 0 R 8 0 R 9 0 R 27 0 R ] Perturbation Theory Applied to the Quantum Harmonic Oscillator /D [6 0 R /XYZ 125.672 698.868 null] >> /D [31 0 R /XYZ 471.388 631.601 null] Problem: A one-dimensional harmonic oscillator has momentum p, mass m, and angular frequency ω. /Length 706 >> (1) where != p k=mand the potential is V= 1 2 kx 2. 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 … stream >> Introduction: General Formalism. 36 0 obj /Border[0 0 1]/H/I/C[0 1 1] /Filter /FlateDecode /Annots [ 29 0 R ] endobj A necessary condition is that the matrix elements of the perturbing Hamiltonian must be smaller than the corresponding energy level differences of the original Hamiltonian. 30 0 obj endobj Contents Time-independent nondegenerate perturbation theory Time-independent degenerate perturbation theory Time-dependent perturbation theory Literature General formulation First-order theory Second-order theory Do you remember this? I. 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