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RuroumiKenshin
I'm dong a presentation and I'm trying to explain how to use the Schrodinger Equation to find the wave function of a particle. And I have never done that before...I have a basic idea, but to be more accurate, I need you guys' help. Note that this is for a 7th grade class presentation (so if there are other equations involved, I would be glad to know them, but at the same time, I won't be able to use them if they're too complicated for 7th graders). Thanks, I need this by tomorrow.
heres the equation:
i h bar d/dt [psi](x,t)=H[psi](x,t)
thanks in adavnce!
heres the equation:
i h bar d/dt [psi](x,t)=H[psi](x,t)
thanks in adavnce!