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July 15, 2020 4:24 pm 30 pts
explain me that when we write psi(x,y,z)=psi(x)psi(y)psi(z) and also explain me why there is infinity in case of x and zero in case of y,z in wave function definition
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• Chandra dhawan
dear see attached file.... it's very helpful for you
Mangesh
thank you
dear its total wave function in x, y and z direction
Chandra dhawan
root 2/L is normalized factor dear... which is calculate by the integration of Φ*Φ dx.. for x direction which is equals to 1 and find normalized factor from here..
• Chandra dhawan
dear it's total wave function in x, y, and z direction
• Chandra dhawan
dear this is that total wave function in x, y and z direction...... and 2/L is normalized factor..
Mangesh
can you explain me why there is zero incase of y,z and infinity incase of x in wavefunction defn
• Dhairya sharma
hope it's clear na ??
• Dhairya sharma
in one direction WF will be linear combination of other functions.
• Dhairya sharma
see this
Mangesh
when we can separate wavefunction in to different wavefunction
• Dhairya sharma
dear it's LxLyLz
Mangesh
• Mangesh
atleast someone clear my doubt
Dhairya sharma
dear Nz in wf written by mistake it's Lz
• Ruby negi
see this PDF.. this will helpful for u..