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Electromagnetic Spectrum |

Bohr and Balmer Equations |

Wave Function |

Dimensional Boxes |

Solution: Calculate the difference in energy between the n = 2 and n = 1 states for an oxygen molecule in a one-dimensional box with a length of 10. cm.

Calculate the difference in energy between the *n* = 2 and *n* = 1 states for an oxygen molecule in a one-dimensional box with a length of 10. cm.

In a one-dimensional particle in a box, for Ψ 4 ,...

Which wave form for a particle trapped in a 1-dime...

Which wave form for a particle trapped in a 1-dime...

Calculate the difference in energy between the n ...

Calculate the difference in energy between the n ...

What do the different values of ΔE (between n = 2...

Calculate the energy of the four lowest energy lev...

Consider three different one-dimensional boxes wit...

Consider a fictitious one-dimensional system with ...

Consider a fictitious one-dimensional system with ...

Consider a fictitious one-dimensional system with ...

An electron confined to a one-dimensional box has ...

An electron confined to a one-dimensional box has ...

An electron confined to a one-dimensional box has ...

Consider a particle in a one-dimensional box whose...

A wavelength of 6545 nm is required to promote an ...

In a one-dimensional particle in a box, for n = 6...

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