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comment Need help with relativistic dynamics
yes, this was a copyerror from my notes but of no significance since I only use the momentum parts which is 0 for $P_2$
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comment How do I figure out the probability of finding a particle between two barriers?
Thank you, I do have a tendency to over-complicate things. But that raises the question, what conditions should I use to figure out $A, B, C, D$? Presumably it would be the standard two regarding the continuity in of $\psi$ in $-a$ and discontinuity of $\psi'$ in $-a$ but I think I'll need more than that? Am I correct in thinking that the barrier at $0$ reflects completely and thus $C=D$?
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revised How do I figure out the probability of finding a particle between two barriers?
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comment How do I figure out the probability of finding a particle between two barriers?
Thank you, that's much better - I am still polishing my TeK-Fu so I hope I'll be making it look all sexyfine like this in the futue.
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