Sayan hati Asked a Question
May 14, 2020 6:44 pmpts 30 pts
I m new to QM so i m facing problems in the basics, in this given equation of wave function , in order to verify the Schroedinger wave equation how will i find the potential related to this harmonic oscillator, if i get the potential energy i can partial differentiate other quantities and feed it in the Schroedinger equation and verify it
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  • Dhairya sharma
    one more thing dear the solution which is shown is for time independent wave fxn you have to use this wave eqn.
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  • Dhairya sharma thankyou
    i hope dear now you get it
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    Sayan hati
    okay got it
  • Dhairya sharma thankyou
    yes dear we can calculate potential from the sr eqn only when we know the value of energy. but here potential is defined that it is harmonic oscillator type so no need to calculate...
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  • Dhairya sharma
    apply time dependent Schroedinger eqn put values in eqn and put energy in terms of operator and then. we get Lhs = rhs. if hv any prblm write me again.
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    Sayan hati
    my question is, the value of V(x) that has to be substituted in the Schrödinger equation can be calculated from the equation of Wave function or its has to calculated from the cond...
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    Sayan hati
    can V(x) be found out from the wavefunction itself?
  • Ruby negi Best Answer
    put the wavefunction in this Schrodinger equation ,youwill get ur desired result.
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