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Appeared in Year: 2012

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If a particle is represented by the normalized wave function,

The uncertainty in its momentum is – (December)

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Question number: 2

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Consider a system of two non – interacting identical fermions, each of mass m in an infinite square well potential of width a. (Take the potential inside the well to be zero and ignore spin. ) The composite wavefunction for the system with total energy is – (June)

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Question number: 3

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The wavefunction of a particle is given is given by , where and are the normalized eigenfunctions with energies and corresponding to the ground state and first excited state, respectively. The expectation value of the Hamiltonian in state is –

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Question number: 4

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Let (where and are constants with ) be a linear combination of the wavefunction of the ground and first excited states of the one – dimensional harmonic oscillator. For what value of is the expectation value a maximum? (December)

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