52. An electron is in an infinitely deep, one-dimension

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52. An electron is in an infinitely deep, one-dimensional, rectangular potential box of width l. At what points in the interval 0 <x <l the probability density of finding the electron at the second and third energy levels are the same? Calculate the probability density for these points. The decision to clarify the schedule.

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Detailed solution. Decorated in Microsoft Word 2003. (Target decided to use formula editor)


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