Schrodinger's Equation

- example #6 - 

6. The harmonic oscillator

    If a particle is moving within a potential rising quadratically at both ends, it seems to oscillate harmonically in it. In the center, the speed is the biggest (smalle wave length), at the reversion points the speed becomes zero.

    Further Experimente:

  • Also in the harmonic oscillator there are bound states: If you choose Breite=70, Wellenlänge=0, then real and imaginary part oscillitate, but the location probability is almost constant.
Prof. Michael Feindt
Michael Klein
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