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Alberto, P.; Fiolhais, Carlos; Gil, Victor (1996)
Publisher: Institute of Physics Publishing
Languages: English
Types: Article
The problem of a relativistic spin 1/2 particle confined to a one-dimensional box is solved in a way that resembles closely the solution of the well known quantum-mechanical textbook problem of a non-relativistic particle in a box. The energy levels and probability density are computed and compared with the non-relativistic case
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