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This is based on my understanding that solving the Schrodinger equation for two potential wells in close proximity has the possibility for a lower energy eigenvalue in the first quantum state then that of a single potential well or two very far away from each other.
Hopefully I have said that correctly.
If this is so, wouldn't there be a conservative (always attractive) force between potential wells?
Hopefully I have said that correctly.
If this is so, wouldn't there be a conservative (always attractive) force between potential wells?