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He’d been intrigued by the experiments with x-rays that Wilhelm Roentgen had been doing in Germany. If the electron is at a smaller distance from the nucleus than the most likely, the potential energy will be smaller (more negative) so the kinetic energy will be larger (implying higher speed); similarly, if the electron is further away it will be moving more slowly. And, also typical of wave equations, we can prove the following thing: if the solution φ and its time derivative are zero outside the interval [−L, L] when t = 0, they will be zero outside the interval [−L−

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