suppose we have a single eigen-state finite potential well like following:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

V(x)= V, x<-a and x>a;

0, -a<=x<=a;

say only one eigen-state within this well S1(x)

when all of sudden this potetial well broden by size of 2

V(x)= V, x<-2a and x>2a;

0, -2a<=x<=2a;

say still only one eigen-state within this new well S1(x)

Please give a suggestion how long as t as the state from S0(x) changes to S1(x). Thanks in advance. Have a nice day.

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# State evolution in finite suden-broading quantum well

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