I have an exercise at the moment where I am supposed to put the Schrödingerin dimensionless form (the exact exercise is attached). I must admit that this idea of dimensional analysis is quite new to me. I don't understand how you can write the SED in the dimensionless form described. Therefore I could use some hints from one of you :) They introduce this new x' = x/x0. To put the SED in the given form are we then supposed to substitute x = x'x0 in the SED? If so I don't see how the h^2/2m disappears.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Dimensional analysis of the SED

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