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revised Uncertainty in momentum of an excited electron trapped in a box (1D)?
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comment Uncertainty in momentum of an excited electron trapped in a box (1D)?
@DavidZ Pardon me for saying, but I don't understand why that's necessary to state, since the question does say "How do I calculate the RMS of the momentum from this?" and not "What is an RMS and how is it calculated from a pdf?", how does the question imply that I am asking what an RMS is?
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comment Uncertainty in momentum of an excited electron trapped in a box (1D)?
@DavidZ I don't see anything about momentum on that page. I know quite well what RMS is and how it is calculated from a function. My question is about how to get the RMS of momentum when all I'm given is the wavefunction. The wavefunction is a function of position, so as far as I can tell, all I can get from this is the RMS of the position, not momentum.
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comment Uncertainty in momentum of an excited electron trapped in a box (1D)?
@DavidZ I only tried my textbook, but I couldn't find anything about it. The only thing about RMS momentum that I could find on wikipedia was about thermodynamics.
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"As per my imagination any thing can't impose force on the other by not giving even a touch" You should know that what you call "touch" is just the electric forces of outer electrons acting at extremely small distances.
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comment How can light carry data if light has no mass, and data has mass?
Andy, if you want to know how electromagnetic radiation can carry information, look up amplitude modulation and frequency modulation.