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An electron is confined to a one-dimensional box of length L. When the electron makes a transition from its first excited state to the ground state, it emits a photon of energy 0.20 eV.

(a) What is the ground-state energy (in electron-volts) of the electron in this box?

(b) What are the energies (in electron-volts) of the photons that can be emitted when the electron starts in its third excited state and makes transitions downwards to the ground state (either directly or through intervening states)?

(c) Sketch the wave function of the electron in the third excited state.

(d) If the box were somehow made longer, how would the electron's new energy level spacings compare with its old ones? (Would they be greater, smaller, or the same? Or is more information needed to answer this question? Explain.)

(a) What is the ground-state energy (in electron-volts) of the electron in this box?

(b) What are the energies (in electron-volts) of the photons that can be emitted when the electron starts in its third excited state and makes transitions downwards to the ground state (either directly or through intervening states)?

(c) Sketch the wave function of the electron in the third excited state.

(d) If the box were somehow made longer, how would the electron's new energy level spacings compare with its old ones? (Would they be greater, smaller, or the same? Or is more information needed to answer this question? Explain.)

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