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For example, a Geiger counter that measures radioactive decays—quantum events—registers decays that occur randomly; the precise time that a decay will be registered is not predictable. Another example is that the buildup of the diffraction pattern in the single-electron double slit experiment starts of as a random buildup in time and space. Many particles have passed through the slits before the diffraction pattern is obvious. 2 Observables and Operators The key principles here are as follows: • Every physical observable (such as position, momentum, and energy) has a corresponding Hermitian operator O , which corresponds to an eigenvalue problem O y n = lny n.
129 κ0 = 3 eV s = 1 for bonding bands, −1 for antibonding bands The function f is given by Ê 3k x a ˆ Êk y a ˆ Êk a ˆ f (k x , k y ) = 1 + 4 cos Á cos + 4 cos2 Á y ˜. , 2009). At each of these Fermi points, E = E F = 0; they are given by the (k x,k y) values (±2p / ( 3a), ± 2p / (3a)) and (0, ±4π/(3a)). The electronic properties of graphene are strongly influenced by what happens in the vicinity of these points, and there the E–k relation can be simplified further, being given approximately by E (k x , k y ) = -sk0 f (k x , k y ).
2 Electrons in Unbounded Space We start with an unbounded region, which is also valid for a region of space far from any boundaries. 21, for a constant potential V0 reduces to ˆ Ê 2 d 2 + V0 ˜y ( x ) = E y ( x ). 42) where A and B are constants the wave number k is given by k2 = 2me ( E - V0 ) . 4. The solution can be interpreted as the sum of plane waves Aeikx, moving along positive x, and Be−ikx, moving in the opposite direction. 20 makes this more explicit: Y ( x, t ) = ( Aeikx + Be -ikx )e -iEt / .