Consider a finite square-well potential well of width 2.8 multiplied by 10-15 m that contains a particle of mass 1.9 GeV/c2. How deep does this potential well need to be to contain three energy levels? (Except for the energy levels, this situation approximates a deuteron. Use the infinite square well potential result to approximate the energy levels.) I don't understand this question at all and need help.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Finite Square-well potential

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