 39.1: An electron in a onedimensional infinite potential well of length ...
 39.2: What is the groundstate energy of (a) an electron and (b) a proton...
 39.3: The groundstate energy of an electron trapped in a onedimensional ...
 39.4: An electron, trapped in a onedimensional infinite potential well 2...
 39.5: What must be the width of a onedimensional infinite potential well...
 39.6: A proton is confined to a onedimensional infinite potential well 1...
 39.7: Consider an atomic nucleus to be equivalent to a onedimensional inf...
 39.8: An electron is trapped in a onedimensional infinite well and is in...
 39.9: Suppose that an electron trapped in a onedimensional infinite well...
 39.10: An electron is trapped in a onedimensional infinite potential well...
 39.11: An electron is trapped in a onedimensional infinite potential well...
 39.12: An electron is trapped in a onedimensional infinite well of width ...
 39.13: A onedimensional infinite well of length 200 pm contains an electr...
 39.14: An electron is in a certain energy state in a onedimensional, infi...
 39.15: An electron is trapped in a onedimensional infinite potential well...
 39.16: A particle is confined to the onedimensional infinite potential we...
 39.17: An electron in the n 2 state in the finite potential well of Fig. 3...
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