in schrodinger equation(time independent)(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

d^2y/dx2= 2m/h^2(V-E)y, V is a function of position coordinate, y is eigenfunction.

if E>V , y being -ve or +ve it would be a oscillatory function. The allowed energy values are continously distributed. Does this region correspond to classical regime of continous energy values?

thnks for any rply.

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# Energy quantization in schrodinger equation

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