Suppose that one electron from the end of the universe is emitted to the quantum rectangular barrier potential whose size amouts to galaxy size.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

This belongs to step potential problem or rectangular barrier potential problem?

The textbook on Quantum mechanics doesn't deal with the case that the width of

rectangular barrier potential goes to the infiniteness.

I find out that the physical result of rectangular barrier potential doesn't not

converge to the result of step potential.

How do you think of this cosmological quantum rectangular barrier potential?

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# About cosmological quantum rectangular barrier potential

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