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Hi all.

When talking about the finite square well with a potential V > 0 for- A < x < A, I have never seen an example of bound states (i.e. E<0). They only treat examles with scattering states (i.e. E>0). Is there any reason for this? My book (Griffith's Intro. to QM) does not talk about this scenario.

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# Homework Help: QM: Finite square well with V>0

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