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Quantum mechanics without really knowing what is going on - that is an accurate description. I'm studying electronic engineering - but we're all forced to take on this subject which is called Electronc Materials. I'm finding it tough with little to no background in Physics. Anyway, I've...
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What do you mean by bound states? I'm really sorry to be such a newbie.!
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Must I have a value for Vo to find the eigenenergy values? In all the examples my teacher has ever given, he always seems to write Vo, but not actually specify what it is.
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yep. S = e^{-a} \ \ \ \ \ -e^{-jk} \ \ \ \ \ -e^{jk} \ \ \ \ \ 0 ae^{-a} \ \ \ \ \ -jke^{-jk} \ \ \ \ \ jke^{jk} \ \ \ \ \ 0 0 \ \ \ \ \ e^{jk} \ \ \ \ \ e^{-jk} \ \ \ \ \ -e^{-a} 0 \ \ \ \ \ jke^{jk} \ \ \ \ \ -jke^{-jk} \ \ \...
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the x-axis is Ehat - the energy, normalised. So: Ehat = E \frac{L}{2}, where L is the length of gap in my "well" and the y-axis is detS - the determinant of the matrix I created from the boundary and interface conditions. So each x-axis crossing should give me an energy eigenvalue shouldn't...
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Homework Statement I wrote a whole heap of MATLAB code, and I have no idea whether my answers, or the plots of my answers are anywhere in the vicinity of looking right. I was hoping someone with a lil bit of experience in this type of physics would be able to tell me if I'm on the right...
7. ### Basic Optics Question. (wave front)

Homework Statement E=Emax.sin(ωt-kx) describes the electric field of a monochromatic plane wave traveling in the x-direction. Verify that a plane which is perpendicular to the x-diretion and moves along the x-axis at the same speed as the wave is a wave front. Homework Equations...