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SemM

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## Main Question or Discussion Point

If one considers the quantized levels of E, for the solutions to the Schrödinger eqn,, then I am wondering: what are the lowest possible energies that can occur for the Schrödinger eqn? I take the highest possible energy is at the classical limit, but is the zero-point energy the absolute lowest? If it is, is there a model that describes lower energy levels for ANY elementary particle, including meson, muons, pions, neutrinos or even photons?

In other words, are there no solutions below ##E-0## for ANY particle type , and where does the maximum energy reach for the heaviest particles i.e electrons and protons?

Thanks

In other words, are there no solutions below ##E-0## for ANY particle type , and where does the maximum energy reach for the heaviest particles i.e electrons and protons?

Thanks