physicsIn two dimensions, the Schrodinger equation is $\left(\frac{\partial^{2}}{\partial x^{2}}+\frac{\partial^{2}}{\partial y^{2}}\right) \psi(x, y)=-\frac{2 m(E-U)}{\hbar^{2}} \psi(x, y)$ (a) Given that U is a constant, separate variables by trying a solution of the form $\psi(x, y)=f(x) g(y),$ then dividing by f(x)g(y). Call the separation constants $C_x$ and $C_y.$ (b) For an infinite well,What should f(x) and g(y) be outside this well? What functions would be acceptable standing-wave solutions for f(x) and g(y) inside the well? Are $C_x$ and $C_y$ positive, negative, or zero? Imposing appropriate conditions, find the allowed values of $C_x$ and $C_y.$ (c) How many independent quantum numbers arc there?(d) Find the allowed energies E.(e) Are there energies for which there is not a unique corresponding wave function? 10th EditionJulio de Paula, Peter Atkins1,315 solutions

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