## Tunneling effect and one dimensional barriers in Quantum Mechanics

Quantum mechanical tunneling effect or barrier penetration the the process in which a particle is...

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Quantum mechanical tunneling effect or barrier penetration the the process in which a particle is...

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The statement of Heisenberg’s uncertainty Principle is something like this “it is...

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De Broglie in 1923 suggested that wave particle duality must be universal, that is all material...

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Bohr theory of atom is one of the initial achievement and application of quantum mechanics or old...

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Photoelectric effect is one of the initial phenomena which proved the quantization of light. It...

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A blackbody is an object that is perfect absorber of radiation. It is a material object that...

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Quantum mechanics is a framework which can be used to explain and predict various physical systems...

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A classical computer performs operations using classical bits which can be either 0 or 1. Now in...

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Few postulates of Quantum mechanics are stated below: Postulate 1 (describes the state of quantum...

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