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**According to wave mechanics, the behavior of a corpuscle is described by the Schrodinger wave equation in the form
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h dyjr iTti dt n 2 V V - Ep^lf^ 87r2 m

(B.l)

where \lr denotes the wave function, m is the mass, Ep is the potential energy of the corpuscle, which is a function ofposition only, and V^ = d^/dx^ + d^/dy^ + 9^/3z^. The quantum-mechanical Hamiltonian operator is defined as H = Thus, we have h df = -H\lr. Ini dt We may express the wave function as the product of two variables such that fiq,t) = ,p{qmt), (B.4) (B.3) -—^V'-^Ep. (B.2)

**where q represents the particle position or coordinate. It follows that h d<b{t) ^r^<p{q)-^ = -<t>it)H<p(q).
**

ZTti at

(B.5a)

Dividing both sides by (p(q) (j){t) yields h 1 J0(O 1 (p(q) H(p(q) = -E. (B.5b)

27ti <p{t) dt

The left-hand side is a function of t only, but the right-hand side is a function of position q only. It follows that each must be equal to the same constant, which has the dimension of energy. This constant is identified with the total energy of the

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the wave function from Eq.8) where the amplitude of the wave function (p is soluble from Eq.6) (B.IO) where e is the charge of the electron and r is the distance between the electron and the nucleus.5b) as follows: ——V^cp + {EEp)cp = 0.ll) .6) only for certain specific values of E. (B. (B. Equation (B. For a hydrogen atom in which one electron moves under the Coulomb attraction of the nucleus.f = -^Ect>. Thus. we obtain two equations from Eq. (B. at h The solution of the time-dependent equation upon ignoring a constant of integration is 0 = exp(-27r/£r//i).3. (B.526 Appendix B The Schrodinger Wave Equation particle and is denoted by —E. See also Eq. the potential energy is given by Ep = -e^r. referred to as the eigenvalues. (B. (B.4) is given by xl/(qj) = (p(q)Qxp(-27iiEt/h). The eigenfunctions and eigenvalues depend on the form of the potential energy function Ep of the corpuscle.6) is called the eigenfunction of the problem. A particular function that satisfies Eq.3). (B.097 x 10^ cm~^ is the Rydberg constant.6) can then be solved and the eigenvalues of this case are defined by En = -RHhc/n\ where RH = 1.7) dd) Ini . Thus. (B.9) (B. (1.

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