## Quantum mechanics simulations: the Consortium for Upper-Level Physics Software, Volume 1The Consortium for Upper Level Physics Software (CUPS) has developed a comprehensive series of Nine Book/Software packages that Wiley will publish in FY '95 and '96. CUPS is an international group of 27 physicists, all with extensive backgrounds in the research, teaching, and development of instructional software. The project is being supported by the National Science Foundation (PHY-9014548), and it has received other support from the IBM Corp., Apple Computer Corp., and George Mason University. The Simulations being developed are: Astrophysics, Classical Mechanics, Electricity & Magnetism, Modern Physics, Nuclear and Particle Physics, Quantum Mechanics, Solid State, Thermal and Statistical, and Waves and Optics. |

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### Contents

Contents | 1 |

OneDimensional Bound States | 23 |

Stationary Scattering States in One Dimension | 52 |

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algorithm analytically angular momentum Anthony Danby antisymmetric approximation atoms band behavior binding energy Bloch waves bound boundary conditions calculation choice Choosing Cancel chosen clicking coefficients color computed constant Coulomb CUPS default described discretization eigenfunctions eigenstates eigenvalues electric field energy eigenvalues energy levels Exercise expectation value Gaussian wave packet graph grid harmonic oscillator hot keys identical particles infinite square initial wave function input screen interaction lattice main menu mass matrix motion mouse nonsymmetrized number of nodes one-dimensional orbital parameters partial wave phase shift piecewise-constant plot position potential energy pressing Enter pressing Esc problem procedure program QMTime Quantum Mechanics quantum number range Reset running the program Schrodinger equation Select the menu shape Show simulation solution solve space wave function Spectrum spherical square barrier step symmetric tion total cross section User Defined Wave func wave function wave packet width