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I love to program and crosscompile baremetal C programs for ARM based microcontrollers, I love physics and I love writing science documents/books in LaTeX. It amazes me how physics is connecting all science and is helping mathematics to evolve. In order for science profession to comunicate on a high level I advise everyone to use Linux, LaTeX and a good vector imaging program like Inkscape.


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comment Wavefunction as a combination of two stationary states - how to find those states?
Thank you very much. Ok so if we scalar multiply the stationary state $\phi_i$ with a wavefunction $\psi$ and integrate over $x$ we should get the constant $c_i$ which is normaly in front of an stationary state? How come?
Aug
7
comment Wavefunction as a combination of two stationary states - how to find those states?
Oh i see if there is a cosinus the problem becomes much harder.
Aug
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asked QM - calculating expectation value for velocity of an electron
Aug
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comment Wavefunction as a combination of two stationary states - how to find those states?
@Sebastian Henckel I know that if the problem is on an interval $0<x<d$ the solutions are all like $\sin(n\pi x/d)$ but I wondered if i had a problem like this: $\psi= A\left[ \cos \left(\frac{7 \pi x}{d}\right) + \frac{1}{3}\sin \left(\frac{4 \pi x}{d}\right)\right]$ could i reckognize this as a superposition of states on an interval $-d/2<x<d/2$ where in general solutions are of form $\sin(n\pi x/d)$ for even and $\cos(n\pi x/d)$ for odd. Could i then rightfully say that i have states 7 and 4 on an interval $-d/2<x<d/2$?
Aug
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comment Wavefunction as a combination of two stationary states - how to find those states?
Can you add the equations you wrote in terms of integrals so i can understand more. Please allso leave the Dirac notation.
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comment Wavefunction as a combination of two stationary states - how to find those states?
What would the states be if i had for example $\psi=\begin{align} A\left[ \cos \left(\frac{7 \pi x}{d}\right) + \frac{1}{3}\sin \left(\frac{4 \pi x}{d}\right)\right] \end{align}$? I put the cosinus inside instead of sinus.
Aug
6
comment Wavefunction as a combination of two stationary states - how to find those states?
Are you sure that the book is wrong? I need to be sure.
Aug
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revised Wavefunction as a combination of two stationary states - how to find those states?
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comment Wavefunction as a combination of two stationary states - how to find those states?
Woops it is an infinite well - I fixed it.
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asked Wavefunction as a combination of two stationary states - how to find those states?
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comment Finite potential well problem - calculating the ground state
Wouldnt i get the energy of this state if i used hamiltonian on the wavefunction???
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comment Finite potential well problem - calculating the ground state
Thank zou for the info about normalization. Concerning the numerical value - the particle is an electron so just use its mass, but i really forgot to give the depth of a potential well which is $20eV$. Do you use mathematica?
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revised Finite potential well problem - calculating the ground state
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revised Finite potential well problem - calculating the ground state
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revised Finite potential well problem - calculating the ground state
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asked Finite potential well problem - calculating the ground state
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comment How to superpose an wavefunction for an infinite potential well / interval - $-d/2 <x<d/2$
Thank you @Dan for this further explaination.
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accepted How to superpose an wavefunction for an infinite potential well / interval - $-d/2 <x<d/2$
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accepted Calculating the expectation value for kinetic energy $\langle E_k \rangle$ for a known wave function