Deepanshu Chaudhary Asked a Question
June 8, 2020 4:44 pmpts 30 pts
Doubt in Quantum mechanics. I know the formula which is to be applied for this problem but I want to know how can we arrive at that formula. Also I am confused about the limits which should be applied to the integral.
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  • Vaishnavi rajora thankyou
    hope i helped u
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    Deepanshu Chaudhary
    Yes mam
  • Vaishnavi rajora
    wf are different here see
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    Vaishnavi rajora
    so we did square of amplitude
  • Vaishnavi rajora Best Answer
    see attached.
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    Vaishnavi rajora
    the problem is that here we have two wave fxn not one.
  • Vaishnavi rajora
    when we are dealing with them it's more probable to find particle b/w. common range.
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    Deepanshu Chaudhary
    yes but there is a formula ^2 right?
  • Vaishnavi rajora thankyou
    dear here is the good concept of limit in which u r confusing. in these situations limits are taken from common part......which is common in both
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    Deepanshu Chaudhary
    it means in this case it will be from 0 to L. thanks mam.. but I also want to know how to derive this formula.. as it is not given in any of the books