Hi everyone! Please, I'm trying to understand the Schrodinger equation, and I've understood it this far, wich which is a miracle, hehehe:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

(Laplacian)(psi) plus ((2phi)/h)^2.2m (E-V)(psi)

I know that hbar = h/(2phi)

But how that turns into

(Laplacian)(psi)+2m/(hbar)^2.(E-V)(psi)

My math isn't good enough... =( can someone please point me how it happened? =)

Thanks a lot!

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# B The deduction of Schrodinger equation, I'm stuck!

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