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The basic equation in quantum mechanics says that E=n*h*v(nu) where n = 1,2,3,...

How is then possible that the quantum linear harmonic oscillator has an energy E=(n+1/2)h*v? If someone can explain this, please help

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# How to fit quantum LHO into quantum mechanics?

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