April20Lecture10

April20Lecture10 - Q1 April 20 The graph shows the real and...

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Q1 April 20 A. x = 0 B. x = π /2 k C. x = π / k D. x = 3 π /2 k E. none of these The graph shows the real and imaginary parts of a particular wave function for a free particle. At which value(s) of x is there zero probability of Fnding the particle?
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Q2 April 20 A. Yes. C. No. Could φ =A[exp(ik 1 x) + exp(ik 2 x)], with k 1 = k 2 , be the spatial wavefunction for a free particle in a stationary state ?
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Q3 April 20 A. has a much smaller uncertainty in momentum. B. has a slightly smaller uncertainty in momentum. C. has the same uncertainty in momentum. D. has a slightly larger uncertainty in momentum. E. has a much larger uncertainty in momentum.
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