Matter Waves As Standing Waves


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Jun27-08, 01:12 AM
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IN an atom why the matter waves associated with electron is regarded as standing wave having varying amplitude within a region and zero outside the region
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Since the symmetry is time-independent I guess. The potential does not vary with time.
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You might want to tell me what kind of source you have for your statement, I do not recognize the logic of your statement.


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