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PHYSICS 564 Nuclear Physics   SPRING 2017


   

(1) Always write legibly.

(2) Show ALL your work.

(3) Make your final result clear and easy to find.

(4) Write your name legibly on the first page.

(5) Put the problems in order.

 

Failure to do so will result in heavy markdown in your scores, or a zero score altogether.

 

In addition, pay attention to significant digits

 

(6) If your final result has too many significant digits you will be marked down. (One or two too many I'll overlook, but four, five, six…)

(7) Conversely, because we are often taking the differences between large numbers with small results, be sure to take enough digits in your intermediate results.


    ASSIGNED HOMEWORK


   HW 1: Due Tues, Feb 7, 2017

   HW 2: Due Tues, Feb 14, 2017

   HW 3: Due Thurs, Feb 23, 2017

   HW 4: Due Tues, Mar 14, 2017

   HW 5: Due Tues, Apr 11, 2017

   HW 6: Due Thurs, Apr 20, 2017

   HW 7: Due Thurs, May 4, 2017 I will hand out solutions that day


National Nuclear Data Center

Tabulation of experimental masses, binding energy, etc., from the NNDC


Last updated  April 19, 2017