Phys320 – Spring 2004 (Baski) Ln = 5 0.2LP(x)0.4L0.6L0.8LEY(x)xRegion 1Region 3Region 2VoQuiz #4: Schrödinger Equation March 24, 2004 Name: ___SOLUTIONS_____ Complete both of the following problems. Show all of your work for full credit. 2()sin for infinite wellnnxxLLpΨ=Problem 1: Infinite Square Well ProbabilitiesAn electron is in the n = 5 excited state of a 1-D infinite square well (width L). Draw the probability distribution of the electron. Calculate the probability of finding the electron between x = 0.49L and 0.51L. Note: Because ∆x is so small, it is not necessary to use integration. Use P(x)∆x = ψ2(x)∆x and substitute ψn=5(x) from the general wave function formula for an infinite square well. ( 29225552()()si(using for infinite well)5(/2)25sin(0.02)0.04 sin0.04 o
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This homework help was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course PHYS 320 taught by Professor Baski during the Spring '04 term at VCU.