 41.1: A beam of quantum particles with kinetic energy 2.00 eV is reflecte...
 41.2: A quantum particle of mass m1 is in a square well with infinitely h...
 41.3: Is each one of the following statements (a) through (e) true or fal...
 41.4: Is each one of the following statements (a) through (e) true or fal...
 41.5: A particle in a rigid box of length L is in the first excited state...
 41.6: Two square wells have the same length. Well 1 has walls of finite h...
 41.7: The probability of finding a certain quantum particle in the sectio...
 41.8: Suppose a tunneling current in an electronic device goes through a ...
 41.9: Unlike the idealized diagram of Figure 41.11, a typical tip used fo...
 41.10: Figure OQ41.10 represents the wave function for a hypothetical quan...
 41.11: The nuclear potential energy that binds protons and neutrons in a n...
 41.12: A proton is confined to move in a onedimensional box of length 0.2...
 41.13: An electron is confined to a onedimensional region in which its gr...
 41.14: A 4.00g particle confined to a box of length L has a speed of 1.00...
 41.15: A photon with wavelength l is absorbed by an electron confined to a...
 41.16: For a quantum particle of mass m in the ground state of a square we...
 41.17: A quantum particle is described by the wave function c1x2 5 A cos a...
 41.18: The wave function for a quantum particle confined to moving in a on...
 41.19: A quantum particle in an infinitely deep square well has a wave fun...
 41.20: An electron in an infinitely deep square well has a wave function t...
 41.21: An electron is trapped in an infinitely deep potential well 0.300 n...
 41.22: A quantum particle is in the n 5 1 state of an infinitely deep squa...
 41.23: A quantum particle in an infinitely deep square well has a wave fun...
 41.24: Show that the wave function c 5 Aei(kx2vt) is a solution to the Sch...
 41.25: The wave function of a quantum particle of mass m is c(x) 5 A cos (...
 41.26: Consider a quantum particle moving in a onedimensional box for whic...
 41.27: In a region of space, a quantum particle with zero total energy has...
 41.28: A quantum particle of mass m moves in a potential well of length 2L...
 41.29: Sketch (a) the wave function c(x) and (b) the probability density ...
 41.30: Suppose a quantum particle is in its ground state in a box that has...
 41.31: An electron with kinetic energy E 5 5.00 eV is incident on a barrie...
 41.32: An electron having total energy E 5 4.50 eV approaches a rectangula...
 41.33: An electron has a kinetic energy of 12.0 eV. The electron is incide...
 41.34: A scanning tunneling microscope (STM) can precisely determine the d...
 41.35: The design criterion for a typical scanning tunneling microscope (S...
 41.36: A onedimensional harmonic oscillator wave function is c 5 Axe 2bx ...
 41.37: A quantum simple harmonic oscillator consists of an electron bound ...
 41.38: A quantum simple harmonic oscillator consists of a particle of mass...
 41.39: (a) Normalize the wave function for the ground state of a simple ha...
 41.40: Two particles with masses m1 and m2 are joined by a light spring of...
 41.41: The total energy of a particlespring system in which the particle m...
 41.42: Show that Equation 41.26 is a solution of Equation 41.24 with energ...
 41.43: A particle of mass 2.00 3 10228 kg is confined to a onedimensional ...
 41.44: Prove that the first term in the Schrdinger equation, 21 U2 /2m2 1d...
 41.45: A particle in a onedimensional box of length L is in its first exc...
 41.46: Prove that assuming n 5 0 for a quantum particle in an infinitely d...
 41.47: Calculate the transmission probability for quantummechanical tunnel...
 41.48: An electron in an infinitely deep potential well has a groundstate...
 41.49: An atom in an excited state 1.80 eV above the ground state remains ...
 41.50: A marble rolls back and forth across a shoebox at a constant speed ...
 41.51: An electron confined to a box absorbs a photon with wavelength l. A...
 41.52: For a quantum particle described by a wave function c(x), the expec...
 41.53: A quantum particle of mass m is placed in a onedimensional box of l...
 41.54: Why is the following situation impossible? A particle is in the gro...
 41.55: A quantum particle has a wave function c1x2 5 2 a e 2x/a for x . 0 ...
 41.56: An electron is confined to move in the xy plane in a rectangle whos...
 41.57: The normalized wave functions for the ground state, c0(x), and the ...
 41.58: A twoslit electron diffraction experiment is done with slits of un...
 41.59: Particles incident from the left in Figure P41.59 are confronted wi...
 41.60: Consider a crystal consisting of two fixed ions of charge 1e and tw...
 41.61: An electron is trapped in a quantum dot. The quantum dot may be mod...
 41.62: An electron is represented by the timeindependent wave function c1...
 41.63: The wave function c1x 2 5 Bxe21mv/2U2x 2 is a solution to the simpl...
 41.64: (a) Find the normalization constant A for a wave function made up o...
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