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Quantum mechanics for scientists and engineers / David A. B. Miller. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN ( hardback). Quantum Mechanics for Scientists and Engineers. David A. B. Miller. Stanford University. CAMBRIDGE. UNIVERSITY PRESS. The wavefunction ψ appears only in first order there are no second or higher order terms such as ψ2 or ψ3. So, if ψ is a solution, so also is aψ this just.
The calculated transmission resulting from this model is as shown in the figure. Since the initial second state is an odd state with respect to the center of the well, we can therefore only make transitions to states that are even with respect to the center of the well since otherwise final z initial evaluates to zero. As a result, the electron is actually more likely to be found on the right half of the well in this second state, which is quite a counter-intuitive conclusion. Here, we look at only the first order change in that coefficient. To the right of the barrier, there is a constant, positive probability density corresponding to the fact that there is a right-propagating plane wave, but no left- propagating plane wave, so there is no interference. N layers incident wave transmitted reflected wave Log In Sign Up.