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Where E_{nx,ny,nz}=(n_{x}/L_{x}^{2}+n_{y}/L_{y}^{2}+n_{z}/L_{z}^{2})(π^{2}ħ^{2}/2m

and Ψ_{nx,ny,nz}=Asin(n_{x}πx/L_{x})sin(n_{y}πy/L_{y})sin(n_{z}πz/L_{z})

How do I normalize A to get (2/L)^3/2?

I don't think I understand how to normalize constants.

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# I Normalizing Constant 3D Infinite Well

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