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Old May 18th 2017, 01:56 AM   #1
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Ground state energy of an electron

Hi, I have this exercise that I dont understand and I may need some help:
Find the width L of one dimensional box (infinite square well) for which the ground state energy of an electron in the box equals the absolute value of the ground state in hydrogen atom. Express the units of Bohr radius a0=0.5*10^(-10)m.

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