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I'm having problems with this. Image is related. I've worked out the following: Boundaries: + and - 400 picometers Wavelength: 1950 picometers. With this information, how can I answer the following questions? 1) What is the approximate kinetic energy of the electron inside the well? Kinetic energy = _____eV. 2) Now consider an infinite square well potential of the same width L. When the electron is in the ground state of this infinite well, is its kinetic energy higher or lower than its kinetic energy in the ground state of the finite well? Is it higher or lower? 3) If the electron were in the ground state of an infinite square well of the same width L, what would be its kinetic energy? Its kinetic energy = _____eV. I would really appreciate if anyone can help or provide insight into this.
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Hi, retard anon here, I need help with tutoring in trigonometry, and I know better than to ask any other board due to no one else being nearly as proficient in mathematics or science. So, I come here asking for assistance, I seriously need help in trig, can anyone provide? I'll email you legitimately. In return for responses, sexy ass.
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Give me a good documentary about space that's not full of bullshit. How the Universe works, The Universe, and especially Through the Wormhole are just full of it. I need something serious, without the layman terms and non stop action music. Also, without the stupid comparisons.. Like in the first episode of through the wormhole when they compare the universe to chocolate. That really gave me cancer.
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Why haven't scientists invented a tachyon gun yet?

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Anybody want to be a saint and get me this article? Strategies for the Regioselective N-Functionalization of Tetraazacycloalkanes. From Cyclam and Cyclen Towards More Sophisticated Molecules https://www.thieme-connect.com/ejournals/issue/10.1055/s-002-404 My university is shit and I don't have a subscription for this publication.






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