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This problem may be solved is some text books. If you have access to a university liberary you may want to search the Partial Differential Equation text for a solution.

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Probably the answer to this limiting case can be found without solving differential equations....

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Originally posted by birdus

This is not a Quantum Mechanics problem, hν has nothing to do with it.

In the limit you speak of the result would be the same as a wave equation with a free end boundry condtion. This should be a easy solution to find in most PDE texts.

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