This simulation shows a system of N non-interacting Bose or Fermi particles in an infinitely deep square well. The total involves the distribution of the individual particles across energy levels. Users can choose the type and number of particles in the well and the total energy of the system. This animation includes a step-by-step exploration that explains key points in detail.
This animation is part of a collection of animations for the teaching of concepts in quantum mechanics.
Kohnle, A. (2012, January 17). QuVis: Non-interacting Particles in a 1D Infinite Square Well. Retrieved March 28, 2017, from http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/physics/quvis/simulations_html5/sims/Particles-infwell/particles-infwell.html
Kohnle, Antje. QuVis: Non-interacting Particles in a 1D Infinite Square Well. January 17, 2012. http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/physics/quvis/simulations_html5/sims/Particles-infwell/particles-infwell.html (accessed 28 March 2017).
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