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Chapter 10, Problem 10.25E

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What are the complex conjugates of the following wavefunctions?

**(a) **
**(b)**

**(c) **
**(d)**

**(e) **
**(f) **

Interpretation Introduction

**(a)**

**Interpretation:**

The complex conjugate of the wave function

**Concept introduction:**

For the normalization of the wave function, the wave function is integrated as a product of its conjugate over the entire limits. It is expressed by the equation as given below.

Where,

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•

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For the normalization of the wave function the expression is as follows.

Where,

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Interpretation Introduction

**(b)**

**Interpretation:**

The complex conjugate of the wave function

**Concept introduction:**

For the normalization of the wave function, the wave function is integrated as a product of its conjugate over the entire limits. It is expressed by the equation as given below.

Where,

•

•

•

Interpretation Introduction

**(c)**

**Interpretation:**

The complex conjugate of the wave function

**Concept introduction:**

For the normalization of the wave function, the wave function is integrated as a product of its conjugate over the entire limits. It is expressed by the equation as given below.

Where,

•

•

•

Interpretation Introduction

**(d)**

**Interpretation:**

The complex conjugate of the wave function

**Concept introduction:**

Where,

•

•

•

Interpretation Introduction

**(e)**

**Interpretation:**

The complex conjugate of the wave function

**Concept introduction:**

Where,

•

•

•

Interpretation Introduction

**(f)**

**Interpretation:**

The complex conjugate of the wave function

**Concept introduction:**

Where,

•

•

•

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