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Problem 1:
The most general form of the time independent Schrodinger equation is given below.
In this equation is the wave function describing the particle, is the Hamiltonian operator
which returns the energy of a wave function, and E is an eigenvalue of
Problem Set 7
Physical Chemistry
March 29, 2013
Problem 1
Problem Statement:
What is the dierence between stimulated absorption and stimulated emission? How do the rates of
these two processes compare?
Calculations:
In stimulated adsorption the photon is
Quantum Mechanics of an H atom:
1: Below you can see a computer generated image of a 2s orbital from Rutgers University
website.
2: Since the rest of the problems include alteration to the plot, it is attached at the end of this
section.
3: We remember th