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We import the analytical expressions to the following program to minimize the energy by varying λ and d. 529177Å). 2574 eV The value of Vabab is about 3 eV. Therefore the error incurred is expected to be more than 1 eV. 74 Å. While some error results from the variational treatment, the major theoretical discrepancy arises from the neglectof the correlationeffectthatwillbeexaminedinChapterThree. The last example is the emission or absorption of a photon of energy E = ω by a particle. 34) 2 2 where = (E1 −E2 )/ ±ω is the frequency mismatch.

Execute the file outside MATLAB to play the movie. % Creat avi object by AVIFILE is % Electrostatic potential plot % Create the phi values in (x,y) plane % Replicate the x,y coordinates into the square matrixes % Evaluate the phi value due to two negative charges placed along the x-axis, and two positive charges on the y-axis % Request a contour plot % plot the energy values in terms of the two variational parameters α, . 212 n=24; surf(Alpha,Omega,Energy); title(’Minimum Energy State’); xlabel(’Alpha’); ylabel(’Omega’); for j=1:n view(2*j,30); M(j)=getframe; end; movie(M,2) % The electron-electron interaction energy, the electron-ion interaction energy and the kinetic energy are then calculated.

The answer is 2x + 2. ∞ % Find 0 dxe−λx and the answer is 1/λ. % The POSITIVE declaration is necessary for λ. % Find roots of a polynomial 3x 2 − 4x + 1. % The answer is x = 1 and x = 1/3. % Find roots of a polynomial 3e−2x − 4e−x + 1 = 0. % The answer is x = 0 and x = log(3). % SOLVE can handle more than polynomials. % Find the summation ∞ n=1 (−1)n /n2 . % The INTEGER declaration is dispensable. % The answer is −π2 /6. syms x A B; A=[1 x; x 1]; B=inv(A) % Find the inversion of a matrix by inv.

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