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  1. Azruine

    Is this the correct way to solve this QM integral problem?

    Oh. r^2 dependency... So n>1 OMG I've submitted my homework lol
  2. Azruine

    Is this the correct way to solve this QM integral problem?

    Thanks for reply! I just tried and got the following result ##\psi^{*}\nabla\psi - \psi\nabla\psi^{*} = \Large{\frac{2ki}{r^{2n}}}## So, now ##n## must be larger than 0. Quite acceptable result :)
  3. Azruine

    Is this the correct way to solve this QM integral problem?

    < Mentor Note -- thread moved to HH from the technical physics forums, so no HH Template is shown > Problem is: If the behavior of ψ( r,t ) as r->inf is dominated by r-n, what values can n assume if the integral ∫A(ψ*∇ψ-ψ∇ψ*)⋅nda taken over the surface at infinity is to vanish. I considered ψ...
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