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I have a question as follows.

For an infinite solenoid with magnetic flux [tex]\Phi[/tex], for what values of [tex]\Phi[/tex] "is the quantum mechanical motion of an electron constrained to stray far from the solenoid exactly the same as it would be if [tex]\Phi[/tex] were zero"?

Solution:

[tex]\Phi[/tex] = [tex]n \Phi_{o}[/tex] with n = integer and [tex]\Phi_{o} = \frac{h c}{e}[/tex]

Can someone please explain the solution? I don't understand the concepts involved here. Thanks.

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# Homework Help: Infinite solenoid with magnetic flux

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