 40.40.1: What is the Schrdinger equation?
 40.40.2: How can we model quantum systems?
 40.40.3: What are the properties of a wave function?
 40.40.4: What is tunneling?
 40.40.5: How is quantum mechanics used?
 40.40.6: Three de Broglie waves are shown for particles of equal mass. Rank ...
 40.40.7: An electron is confined to a rigid box. What is the length of the b...
 40.40.8: A semiconductor device known as a quantumwell device is designed t...
 40.40.9: A particle in a rigid box in the n = 2 stationary state is most lik...
 40.40.10: Protons and neutrons are tightly bound within the nucleus of an ato...
 40.40.11: This is a wave function for a particle in a finite quantum well. Wh...
 40.40.12: A particle in a rigid box of length L is in its ground state. a. Wh...
 40.40.13: For which potential energy U1x2 is this an appropriate n = 4 wave f...
 40.40.14: A classical particle is in a rigid 10cmlong box. What is the prob...
 40.40.15: Which probability density represents a quantum harmonic oscillator ...
 40.40.16: What wavelengths of light are absorbed by a semiconductor device in...
 40.40.17: A particle with energy E approaches an energy barrier with height U...
 40.40.18: An electron is confined in a 2.0nmwide region with a potentialene...
 40.40.19: FIGURE 40.18 shows a potentialenergy well and the allowed energies...
 40.40.20: An electron in a harmonicoscillator potential well emits light of ...
 40.40.21: What are the wavelengths of photons emitted by electrons in the n =...
 40.40.22: a. Find the probability that an electron will tunnel through a 1.0...
 40.40.23: Quantummechanical tunneling can be important in semiconductors. Co...
 40.40.24: FIGURE Q40.1 shows the de Broglie waves of three equalmass particl...
 40.40.25: The correspondence principle says that the average behavior of a qu...
 40.40.26: A particle in a potential well is in the n = 5 quantum state. How m...
 40.40.27: What is the quantum number of the particle in FIGURE Q40.4? How can...
 40.40.28: Rank in order, from largest to smallest, the penetration distances ...
 40.40.29: Consider a quantum harmonic oscillator. a. What happens to the spac...
 40.40.30: FIGURE Q40.7 shows two possible wave functions for an electron in a...
 40.40.31: Four quantum particles, each with energy E, approach the potential...
 40.40.32: An electron has a 0.0100 probability (a 1.00% chance) of tunneling ...
 40.40.33: The electrons in a rigid box emit photons of wavelength 1484 nm dur...
 40.40.34: An electron in a rigid box absorbs light. The longest wavelength in...
 40.40.35: FIGURE EX40.3 shows the wave function of an electron in a rigid box...
 40.40.36: FIGURE EX40.4 shows the wave function of an electron in a rigid box...
 40.40.37: FIGURE EX40.5 is the probability density for an electron in a rigid...
 40.40.38: A 16nmlong box has a thin partition that divides the box into a 4...
 40.40.39: Show that the penetration distance h has units of m.
 40.40.40: a. Sketch graphs of the probability density 0 c1x2 0 2 for the four...
 40.40.41: A finite potential well has depth U0 = 2.00 eV. What is the penetra...
 40.40.42: The energy of an electron in a 2.00eVdeep potential well is 1.50 ...
 40.40.43: An electron in a finite potential well has a 1.0 nm penetration dis...
 40.40.44: A helium atom is in a finite potential well. The atoms energy is 1....
 40.40.45: Sketch the n = 4 wave function for the potential energy shown in FI...
 40.40.46: Sketch the n = 8 wave function for the potential energy shown in FI...
 40.40.47: Sketch the n = 1 and n = 7 wave functions for the potential energy ...
 40.40.48: The graph in FIGURE EX40.16 shows the potentialenergy function U1x...
 40.40.49: An electron is confined in a harmonic potential well that has a spr...
 40.40.50: Two adjacent energy levels of an electron in a harmonic potential w...
 40.40.51: An electron confined in a harmonic potential well emits a 1200 nm p...
 40.40.52: An electron in a harmonic potential well absorbs a photon with a wa...
 40.40.53: An electron is confined in a harmonic potential well that has a spr...
 40.40.54: Use the data from Figure 40.24 to calculate the first three vibrati...
 40.40.55: Verify that the n = 1 wave function c11x2 of the quantum harmonic o...
 40.40.56: An electron approaches a 1.0nmwide potentialenergy barrier of he...
 40.40.57: What is the probability that an electron will tunnel through a 0.45...
 40.40.58: Suppose that c11x2 and c21x2 are both solutions to the Schrdinger e...
 40.40.59: A 2.0@mm@diameter water droplet is moving with a speed of 1.0 mm/s ...
 40.40.60: Figure 40.27a modeled a hydrogen atom as a finite potential well wi...
 40.40.61: Model an atom as an electron in a rigid box of length 0.100 nm, rou...
 40.40.62: a. Derive an expression for l2S1, the wavelength of light emitted b...
 40.40.63: Show that the normalization constant An for the wave functions of a...
 40.40.64: A particle confined in a rigid onedimensional box of length 10 fm ...
 40.40.65: Consider a particle in a rigid box of length L. For each of the sta...
 40.40.66: A neutron is confined in a 10fmdiameter nucleus. If the nucleus i...
 40.40.67: For the quantumwell laser of Figure 40.16, estimate the probabilit...
 40.40.68: For a particle in a finite potential well of width L and depth U0, ...
 40.40.69: A typical electron in a piece of metallic sodium has energy E0 com...
 40.40.70: Show that the constant b used in the quantumharmonicoscillator wa...
 40.40.71: a. Determine the normalization constant A1 for the n = 1 groundsta...
 40.40.72: a. Derive an expression for the classical probability density Pclas...
 40.40.73: a. Derive an expression for the classical probability density Pclas...
 40.40.74: A particle of mass m has the wave function c1x2 =Ax exp1x2 /a2 2 w...
 40.40.75: Figure 40.17 showed that a typical nuclear radius is 4.0 fm. As you...
 40.40.76: Even the smoothest mirror finishes are rough when viewed at a scale...
 40.40.77: A protons energy is 1.0 MeV below the top of a 10fmwide energy ba...
 40.40.78: In a nuclear physics experiment, a proton is fired toward a Z = 13 ...
 40.40.79: In most metals, the atomic ions form a regular arrangement called a...
 40.40.80: a. What is the probability that an electron will tunnel through a 0...
 40.40.81: Tennis balls traveling faster than 100 mph routinely bounce off ten...
Solutions for Chapter 40: OneDimensional Quantum Mechanics
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