Princeton University
Physics 301 Fall 2010

Welcome to Physics 301

Brought to you by:

Person Role Office Phone Number E-mail Office hours
Lyman Page Instructor 217 Jadwin Hall 8-5578 page@princeton.edu T: 4:00-5:30
Jack Hanson TA 419 Jadwin Hall jthanson@princeton.edu M: 5:30-6
Miroslav Hejna TA 367 Jadwin Hall mhejna@princeton.edu T: 5-6
Guilherme Pimentel TA 430 Jadwin Hall gpimente@princeton.edu W:5-6
Karen Kelly Manager 208 Jadwin Hall 8-4418 kkaras@princeton.edu  

Syllabus

General Information

Notes

Lecture Notes from class. These are posted so that you can correct your notes if necessary. Please keep in mind that these notes were not written with an intent to distribute! Please send corrections.
Lecture 1| Lecture 2| Lecture 3| Lecture 4| Lecture 5| Lecture 6| Lecture 7| Lecture 8| Lecture 9| Lecture 10| Lecture 11| Lecture 12| Lecture 13| Lecture 14| Lecture 15| Lecture 16| Lecture 17| Lecture 18| Lecture 19| Lecture 20| Lecture 21| Lecture 22| Lecture 23| Lecture 24| Lecture 25| Lecture 26| Lecture 27| Lecture 28| Lecture 29| Lecture 30| Lecture 31| Lecture 32| Lecture 33| Lecture 34| Lecture 35| Lecture 36|

Handouts

Reif problem 2.3 solution (with typos fixed!).
Energy flow for negative temperatures.
A set of high-n levels for a quasi-statically expanding infinite square well.

Old Exams

Formula sheet

Midterm (Oct 22, 2008) with (solutions [mean: 69.1%])
Final (Jan 15, 2009) with (solutions [mean: 60.8%])
Midterm (Oct 29, 2009) with (solutions [mean: 67.6%])
Final (Jan 15, 2010) with (solutions [mean: 70.5%])
Midterm (October 28, 2010) with (solutions [mean: 77%])
Final (Jan 14, 2011) with (solutions [mean: 74.4%])