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The Schrodinger equation appropriate to a given system is determined by potential energy terms". These
terms are the main variable aspect of the Schrodinger equa
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means of directing energy at the element. An excited element thenemits only certain very specic
wavelengths (frequencies) of electromagnetic radiation that can be assessed via a diffraction experiment.
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based on its orientation relative to the eld. When the expression for this relative orientation" related is
incorporated into the potential energy term, the resulting appropriate Schrodinger equation yields the ne
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are the eigen-states of the measurable quantity at issue, decompose w in terms of the given tpn and list the
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iExercisel: Provide the complex conjugate of 2+7i. Conjugate -) 2 ~7i
ExerciseZ: Provide the complex conjugate of i l. Conjugate -) i l
Exercise3: Provide the NORM of 2+7i. NORM: (22 +72)"2 9 (53)"2