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(a) Write the wave function c(x) displayed in Eq. 38-27 in the form c(x) a ib, where a

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Problem 63

(a) Write the wave function c(x) displayed in Eq. 38-27 in the form c(x) a ib, where a and b are real quantities. (Assume that c0 is real.) (b) Write the time-dependent wave function (x, t) that corresponds to c(x) written in this form.

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Chapter 38, Problem 63 is Solved
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Author: David Halliday, Robert Resnick, Jearl Walker
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