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Solution Manual: to Introduction to Quantum Mechanics by D Griffith Plus corrections Errata Instructor's Solutions Manual Introduction to Quantuan Mechanics, ‘Author: David Griffiths Date: June 14, 2001 ‘¢ Pege 3, Prob. 1.6(b): last two lines should read walk fe roreryz] 1g (@)-@y= = Page 8, Prob. 26(b}: im the fsst box, the argument of the eesand sine should include an =. 1 Page 9, Prob. 2.9: in the last tin, ey = @YTB/s*, + Page 10, Prob. 211: in the third Tine the proof assumes that g (which int our ease will be a_) does not setwally blow wp at oo faster than f {im our ease ) goes to zero. I don't know how to fx this defect without sppealing to the analytic approach, where we find (Eq. 2.60) that #(2) ges asymptotically hike ¢-™*"/%, and hence 50 too dows a Rage 10, Prob, 2.12: Because ofthe i and ~7 inserted in Hqs. 2.52 and 2.53 respectively (soe Corrections ##2—June 1997), the expression for cat the end of (a) should include a factor of i. Also, add at the end of (a): “(The signs are vouventional,)? In past (b}, every /hu should carry a factor of 4 (he, insert three times in the Brot line, i three times in the next line, and (a)" im the bexad answer). ‘= Page 14, Prob. 2.14(a: for the same roscon, inthe third line, remove the 4 im the expression for #1. + Page 19, Prob. 230: of Now (Eqs. 2.130 and 2.137) 2 Helorensonaed...” + Page 22, Prob, 2.36: remove box, and contin ca follows: = fagtaye BOM — glee oe Yet) = Fz [awe wala"), 1Me,0F = ilove v8 ohio (A4)).