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May 24, 2020 8:35 am 30 pts
Consider the motion of a classical particle in a one dimensional double-well potential (r)=r*-2. If the particle is displaced infinitesimally from the minimum on the x-axis (and friction is neglected), then (a) the particle will execute simple harmonic motion in the right well with an angular frequency w= v2 (b) the particle will execute simple harmonic motion in the right well with an angular frequency =2 (c) the particle will switch between the right and left wells (d) the particle will approach the bottom of the right well and settle there
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• Chandra dhawan
dear if you want to know about double well potential. for this I want to suggest uh u can find point from given potential equation. and also find maxima and minima then draw graph....
Chandra dhawan
if you have any doubt regarding this.. feel free to ask dear
• Abhishek singh
Everything you need to know is attached here. if F is proportional to negative x , the SHM occur. but here no SHM will occur. All the best.
• Ruby negi
here is no simple harmonic motion....
• Dhairya sharma
quadratic type of potential equation are known as double well potential. 