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Tuesday, November 06, 2012

Particle Probability in "Particle in a Box"

See the graph as follows:


2| is absolute squared value of wave function in 1 dimension. Wave equation shows us the wave that is produced by a particle in a place (here: box). Wave equation also shows us the position of that particle in a box. So, if you want to search the highest probability of a particle in a box in range of a to b, it also means you have to determine its area by integrate the equation. See the expression as follows:

Where P(a,b) is the probability (in percent) of a particle in a box from range a to b.

Now how to calculate that probability?

First, you have to know the general form of a Wave Equation as follows:

Where L is the length of the area, n is the coordinate of the particle, and x is a variable.

Second, the order is: you have to find the probability of a particle in a box at ground state (n=1) from 1.50 nm until 2.05 nm that has length of 13 nm.

So let the party begin!


Now you have the right equation to calculate the question above!



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