## Schrodinger on MT

$H_{\psi }=E_{\psi }$

1-D: $E_{TOTAL}\psi (x)=E_{k}\psi (x)+V(x)\psi(x)=-\frac{h^{2}}{8\pi ^{2}m}\frac{d^{2}\psi(x)}{dx^{2}}+V(x)\psi(x)$

David Jen 1J
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### Schrodinger on MT

Does anyone know if there will be Schrodinger related questions on MT1?

Sandy Lin 1L
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### Re: Schrodinger on MT

I think if we do have questions related to Shrodinger's it would mostly just be conceptual.

Varsha Ravi 3E
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### Re: Schrodinger on MT

From what I've heard from TAs/UAs/Lecture, Schrodinger on the MT is going to be limited mostly to concepts about how when we square the wavefunction it represents probability density (of finding an electron in that region) and how that corresponds to atomic orbitals.

Xavier Herrera 3H
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### Re: Schrodinger on MT

I'm thinking we will probably also have to know what each part of Schrodinger's Equation represents. So, the part with the fractions represents kinetic energy, the part with V represents potential energy, and these together equal total energy of the system

LexyDenaburg_3A
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### Re: Schrodinger on MT

I've mostly heard that Schrodinger on the MT will be more conceptual from UA's and TA's!!

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### Re: Schrodinger on MT

Does anyone know in what scenario we use the Schrodinger's equation? like i kinda understand it conceptually but I dont know how to set it up with math.

Chinmayi Mutyala 3H
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### Re: Schrodinger on MT

I believe we just need to know the relationship between Schrodinger's and orbitals.

Jerry_T
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### Re: Schrodinger on MT

The questions will most likely be conceptual so you might want to rewatch the Shrodinger portion of lecture to review.