Mr. A. Square Unbound. Continuum States in 1-D Quantum Mechanics. With Apologies to Shelley. In the previous section, we assumed That a particle exists in a 1-d space That it experiences a real potential, V(x) That its wavefunction is a solution of the TISE or TDSE
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Continuum States in 1-D Quantum Mechanics
We could have skipped over the Mr. A Square Bound and gone straight to Mr. A Square Unbound. We would identify poles in the scattering amplitude as bound states.
This approach is difficult to carry out in practice