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I so need help with this!

"The width of a one-dimensional potential well of an electron can be assumed to be about 2 A (there's a weird-looking bubble on top of the A). Calculate the energy of an electron (in Joules and in eV) from this information for various values ofn. Give the zero-point energy."

Ok, so i know that if it's a one-dimensional potential well, the walls have infinetely high potential barriers. In other words, V0 is equal to infinity.

Could someone please help me out on this?

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# Homework Help: Energy in a Potential Well

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