Particle in a box

 

In physics, the particle in a box (also known as the infinite potential well or the infinite square well) is a problem consisting of a single particle inside of an infinitely deep potential well, from which it cannot escape, and which loses no energy when it collides with the walls of the box. In classical mechanics, the solution to the problem is trivial: The particle moves in a straight line, always at the same speed, until it reflects from a wall.

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