Quantum Mechanics: Probability of funneling by ClassOf1


The Probability of funneling can be described with a transmission coefficient T and reflection coefficent R. The transmission coefficient represents the probability that the particle penetrates to the otherside of the barrier.

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									              Sub: Physics                                                                Topic: QuantumMechanics

              An electron having total energy E = 3.70 eV approaches a rectangular energy barrier with U =
              4.90 eV and L = 950 pm, as in Figure. Classically, the electron cannot pass through the barrier
              because E < U.

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