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Unformatted text preview: Properties of stationary states • Spacing between energy levels increases as n increases • Spacing increases as box size a decreases Properties of stationary states: sinusoidal waves Expectation values or average values Measure a certain quantity and record probability of getting a certain value “x” Probability of Fnding a particle Probability of Fnding a particle Particle most likely to be found in the center of the box a Integration by part Integration by part The rule is: Integration by part : Example (1.) Integration by part : Example (2.) Integration by part : Example (3.) Integration by part : Example (4.) Integration by part : Example (5.) Integration by part : Example (5.) Where do damped oscillations come from ?...
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 Fall '09
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 Electron, Schrodinger Equation, physical meaning, Erwin Schroedinger, Particle canʼt escape, useful mathematical concept

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