Jayasree posted an Question
February 05, 2022 • 20:47 pm 30 points
  • CSIR NET
  • Physical Sciences

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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

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