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I am a seond year Quantum Chemistry student. I am having a hard time understanding these concepts. I was wondering I can get help in this concept.
How can it be demonstrate mathematically in the Hamiltonian operator that the function
φ(x) = A sin(2x) + B cos(2x)
is an eigenfunction of the Hamiltonian operator:
H=-h^2 d^2
2m dx^2
What is the eigenvalue equal to?
How can it be demonstrate mathematically in the Hamiltonian operator that the function
φ(x) = A sin(2x) + B cos(2x)
is an eigenfunction of the Hamiltonian operator:
H=-h^2 d^2
2m dx^2
What is the eigenvalue equal to?