What are the normalizations constants of psi(x) in a finite potential box?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

is there an algebraic or analytical solution.

I have the solution to the infinite box but it seems the two cases are not comparable. As in the finite box the particle does not need to be in the box?

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# What are the normalizations constants of psi(x) in a finite potential box?

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