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2.) Solve the Schrodinger equation for the following potential: | 2.) Solve the Schrodinger equation for the following potential: | ||

− | :<math>V(x) = \infty \;\; x< | + | :<math>V(x) = \infty \;\; x<0</math> |

:<math>V(x) =\left \{ {-V_0 \;\;\;\; 0<x <a \atop 0 \;\;\;\; x>a} \right .</math> | :<math>V(x) =\left \{ {-V_0 \;\;\;\; 0<x <a \atop 0 \;\;\;\; x>a} \right .</math> | ||

## Revision as of 18:34, 31 January 2008

# Chapter 2

1.) In your own words, describe what the "Standard Model" of physics is using 2 to 5 paragraphs. Your paragraphs should include the concepts of the 4 fundamental forces of physics, QED, and QCD at a minimum. Any sentences in which a string of 5 or more words match a sentence that is found on the internet will be evidence of cheating.

2.) Solve the Schrodinger equation for the following potential:

V_0 > 0 and E>0. Assume particles are incident from

, don't try to normalize but do express the wave function in terms of one coefficient.