Quantum Mechanics: Physical Problems in one-dimension
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Physical Problems in one-dimension - Continuous States - Analyzing the Solutions - Are continuous states physical - A Gaussian Wave Packet - Calculating our wave packet - Solving the Schrdinger Equ-Description of Plane Waves - Probability Current Density - Calculating R and T- Explaining Quantum Behavior - Particle-like gets stopped - The strange evanescent wave - Deriving discrete energy value - What is zero-point energy? - Unusual probability densities - The scattering problem
Ratio transmitted particles - Energy values and Resonance - Full transmission of part.- Setting the situation - Deciphering the wave-like particle - Penetrating the potential barrier - Further analysis of T - The WKB approximation method - Introduction - Unphysical Solutions - Fourier transform revisit - Outside the well - Anti/symmetric solutions - Boundary conditions- A graphical solution- Discrete energy specturm
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The Finite Square Well Potential, case E ≤ V₀
Classically, when E ≤ V the particle is confined in the well. It will bounce back and forth with constant momentum. Quantum mechanically, we expect solutions to yield a discrete energy spectrum and wave functions that decay in the regions outside a well.
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