Jayasree Asked a Question
February 5, 2022 8:47 pmpts 30 pts
Q46. Consider two particles and two non-degenerate quantum levels I and 2. Level 1 always contains a particle. Hence, what is the probability that level 2 also contains a particle for each of the two cases: i) when the two particles are distinguishable and (ii) when the two particles are bosons? (a) (i)and (ii) (b))and (i) (c) (i)and (ii) (d) (i) 1 and (ii) 0
  • 1 Answer(s)
  • 0 Likes
  • 2 Comments
  • Shares
  • Akash Best Answer
    if any doubt then ask
    • cropped7406296006052595456.jpg
    Likes(0) Reply(0)
  • Akash
    option a correct??
    Likes(0) Reply(1)
    Jayasree
    given option c as correct..