Quoting Benjamin Seet <ugmail544@yahoo.co.uk>:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

> Yea hi,

>

>

> My mathematics is still not up to standard yet, I

> can't really do much, aside from basic calculus,

> that's about it, maybe basic matrices.

>

> 1. Schrodinger equation: If I'm not wrong, the time

> dependent equation is the easiest to solve right? What

> is the simplest form of the equation?

>

> I do not understand how do I work with the del-squared

> operator, and how to solve the first order PD of

> d(psi)/dt. As well as the imaginary no. i, help in

> this would be really really appreciated.

>

> 2. Pion creation: How are pions created? the ones

> which nucleons exchange among themselves? I've read

> something about "pulling" individual quarks (i.e.

> making it gain energy) from a particle, in this case a

> nucleon, and a meson would be formed.

>

> Is this how pions are made? When the gluons constantly

> change the colours of quarks inside a nucleon?

>

> 3. Beta Decay: If in negative beta decay, a neutron

> changes into a proton, charge is conserved. But the

> newly created electron, the beta particle, is soon

> expelled from the atom. How can the atom remain

> chemically stable after that as it is now an ion?

>

> 4. Electron Levels: Exclusion principle states that no

> 2 fermions with similar spin can inhabit the same

> quantum state. But how is it that in certain electron

> levels, there's more than 2. There's something about

> angular momentum and stuff like that which I don't

> really understand.

>

> I've read that each level has a unique number of

> electrons in which it can accomodate, so is the model

> used in chemistry wrong? The first level having only

> 2, and the rest 8?

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