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Schrodinger related proof

  1. Sep 26, 2013 #1
    Hopefully this is in the correct section.

    Struggling with this question though I don't think it should be particularly difficult:

    Show that if V(x) = V(-x) normalised solutions to the time-independent Schrodinger equation have definite parity - that is, u(x) = +-u(-x)

    (+- means plus or minus. Sorry for poor formatting - on phone)

    Thanks in advance.
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  3. Sep 26, 2013 #2
    Just read the "how to ask for help" sticky.

    My attempt at a solution involved subbing y = -x. Obtaining a solution, then trying to normalise it. However I don't get anywhere really, and my line of argument through my current page of working reads unconvincing (I'm just guessing).

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