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A harmonic oscillator is in the initial state:

Psi(x, 0) = Phi_n (x)

where Phi_n(x) is the nth solution of the time-independent Schr¨odinger equation.

What is Psi(x, t)?

Any clue?

Thanks

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A harmonic oscillator is in the initial state:

Psi(x, 0) = Phi_n (x)

where Phi_n(x) is the nth solution of the time-independent Schr¨odinger equation.

What is Psi(x, t)?

Any clue?

Thanks

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[tex]\Psi(x,t)=\psi(x)e^{iEt/\hbar}[/tex]

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Thanks alot :):)

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