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written by Tom Kirkman
This website contains a detailed development and comparison of a classical and quantum mechanical description of motion in a constant linear potential ("falling"), complete with diagrams. This example is a part of a larger collection of examples in which the classical and quantum mechanical descriptions are compared. (Note that there are thirteen pages, and that the user must use the navigation buttons at the bottom of the page)
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Falling - A Constant Force Example:
Is Part Of 5 1/2 Examples in Quantum Mechanics
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Covers the Same Topic As Central Force Motion Example: Hydrogen Atom
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