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Q32E

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Book edition
2nd Edition

Author(s)
Randy Harris

Pages
633 pages

ISBN
9780805303087

**A finite potential energy function U(x) allows the solution of the time-independent Schrödinger equation. to penetrate the classically forbidden region. Without assuming any particular function for U(x) show that b(x) must have an inflection point at any value of x where it enters a classically forbidden region.**

The answer of given problem is

The wave function

By definition, the inflection point is a point where the total energy is equal to zero. Total energy E is equal to potential energy U_{o}

Traditionally authorised and classically banned territories are separated by turning points. A turning point is a point at which the second derivative vanishes.

So, the answer is

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