how does the Schrodinger Equation help us solve equations ? help would be appreciated

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- April 1st 2008, 07:34 PMjanembaHow does the Schrodinger Equation help us solve equations
how does the Schrodinger Equation help us solve equations ? help would be appreciated

- April 1st 2008, 09:27 PMmr fantastic
For a particular Hamiltonian H and potential V the Schrodinger equation is partial differential equation. It doesn't help solve other equations, it helps solve physical problems.

One could argue that in fact other equations help solve the Schrodinger equation ..... - April 2nd 2008, 12:27 AMCaptainBlack
- April 2nd 2008, 12:42 PMjanemba
what is an example of a physical equation ?

- April 2nd 2008, 01:10 PMania
The Schroedinger can be used for example for particles in potential wells, for example an electron in the potential of a nucleus.

Depending on the potential, you can use different methods to solve the Schroedinger. - April 2nd 2008, 03:03 PMtopsquark
This kind of question is pretty vague to answer. For example in my collection of books I have two introductory Quantum Mechanics texts with a total of nearly 900 pages between them, requiring some 4 or 5 college semesters of Math and Physics background to understand.

I'm not trying to tell you not to post questions on these topics, but I would suggest you do some reading (there are plenty of "layman" books out there) and start asking more specific questions. These questions would simply take too long to answer properly.

-Dan