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Consider the wave function

(psi (x,t)) = (1/sqrt(2))[u2(x)exp(-iE2t/h(bar) + u3(x)exp(-iE3t/h(bar)}. calculate the probability that the electron is in the range (0,L/2) as as function of time. What is the period of oscillation of the probability? NOTE: the wavefuctions u2(x) and u3(x) refer to the n=2 and n=3 states of the infinite well located at 0<x<L.

any help would be appreciated.

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# Calculate the probability that the electron is in the range

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