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Subject: Someone just viewed: Fwd: Someone just viewed: where {\displaystyle \hbar ={\frac {h}{2\pi }}} \hbar ={\frac {h}{2\pi }}, {\displaystyle h\,} h\, is Planck’s constant, {\displaystyle m\,} m\, is the mass of the particle, {\displaystyle \psi \,} \psi \, is the (complex valued) wavefunction that we want to find, {\displaystyle V\left(x\right)\,} V\left(x\right)\, is a function describing the potential energy at each point x, and {\displaystyle E\,} E\, is the energy, a real number, sometimes called eigenenergy. For the case of the particle in a 1-dimensional box of length L, the potential is {\displaystyle V_{0}} V_{0} outside the box, and zero for x between {\displaystyle -L/2} {\displaystyle -L/2} and {\displaystyle L/2} L/2. The wavefunction is considered to be made up of different wavefunctions at different ranges of x, depending on whether x is inside or outside of the box. Therefore, the wavefunction is defined such that: {\displaystyle \psi ={\begin{cases}\p si _{1},&{\mbox{

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## Someone just viewed your email with the subject: Fwd: Someone just viewed: where {\displaystyle \hbar ={\frac {h}{2\pi }}} \hbar ={\frac {h}{2\pi }}, {\displaystyle h\,} h\, is Planck’s constant, {\displaystyle m\,} m\, is the mass of the particle, {\displaystyle \psi \,} \psi \, is the (complex valued) wavefunction that we want to find, {\displaystyle V\left(x\right)\,} V\left(x\right)\, is a function describing the potential energy at each point x, and {\displaystyle E\,} E\, is the energy, a real number, sometimes called eigenenergy. For the case of the particle in a 1-dimensional box of length L, the potential is {\displaystyle V_{0}} V_{0} outside the box, and zero for x between {\displaystyle -L/2} {\displaystyle -L/2} and {\displaystyle L/2} L/2. The wavefunction is considered to be made up of different wavefunctions at different ranges of x, depending on whether x is inside or outside of the box. Therefore, the wavefunction is defined such that: {\displaystyle \psi ={\begin{cases}\psi _{1},&{\mbox{if }}x<-L/ 2{\mbox{ (the re

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