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**Unformatted text preview: **(e) The linear momentum is measured in the state Ψ (x, t = 0). Find the values that can be measured and the absolute probability of obtaining each result. 3. Consider an electron whose energy eigen functions satisfy H Ψ n = E n Ψ n . The Ψ n ’s are normalized over the 1-D space. Consider a mixed state of the electron at t = 0 given by: 5 2 5 2 ; 5 2 E E ≠ + = (a) Normalize Ψ over the space. (b) Calculate the expectation value of the total energy in state Ψ in terms of E n . (c) If the measurement of total energy is made in the state Ψ , what results can be obtained and with what absolute probability will each of these results be found? (d) What is ∆ E, the uncertainty of the total energy in the state Ψ in terms of E 2 and E 5 ?...

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- Spring '05
- TANG
- Force, Kinetic Energy, Mass, Fundamental physics concepts, Total Energy