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hi,...

i unfortunately couldn't find a solution to this problem although it seems like a classical textbook problem...

how can i solve the (time independent) schroedingerequation for the following potential

[tex]V(x) = \infty[/tex] for x<=-1

[tex]V(x) = a\delta(x)[/tex] for -1<x<1

[tex]V(x) = \infty[/tex] for x>=1

so at x=0 there is a barrier.

i thought i can set the solutions to the left and right of x=0 for a free particle but i don't know how to handle x=0.

thanks,...

tommy

i unfortunately couldn't find a solution to this problem although it seems like a classical textbook problem...

how can i solve the (time independent) schroedingerequation for the following potential

[tex]V(x) = \infty[/tex] for x<=-1

[tex]V(x) = a\delta(x)[/tex] for -1<x<1

[tex]V(x) = \infty[/tex] for x>=1

so at x=0 there is a barrier.

i thought i can set the solutions to the left and right of x=0 for a free particle but i don't know how to handle x=0.

thanks,...

tommy

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