Schrodinger's Equation

- example #5- 

5. The "Kastenpotential"

    In this potential, no movements of the wave take place anymore - standing waves appear, which represent the bound states. Although the real and imaginary part of the wave are still oscillating, the resulting location probability is stable. The small high peak in the Fourier analysis shows that there is only one allowed frequency.

    Further Experiments: 

  • If you change the sharpness of the wave (Schärfe =2.0), you can see that now the wave can move in upper vibrations, which represent the enegetic higher states. This is also visible by some smaller peaks besinde the basic oscillation.
Prof. Michael Feindt
Michael Klein
example #4
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