# oscillator potentialの例文

- Specifically, the harmonic
*oscillator potential* is equal in both states. - A system of vibrations in a crystalline solid lattice can be modelled by considering harmonic
*oscillator potentials* along each degree of freedom. - Hence, we can use a simple harmonic
*oscillator potential* to test the accuracy of Wang Landau algorithm because we know already the analytic form of the density of states. - Hence, the only potentials that can produce stable, closed, non-circular orbits are the inverse-square force law ( ? = 1 ) and the radial harmonic
*oscillator potential* ( ? = 2 ). - The ordering of angular momentum levels within each shell is according to the principles described above-due to spin-orbit interaction, with high angular momentum states having their energies shifted downwards due to the deformation of the potential ( i . e . moving from a harmonic
*oscillator potential* to a more realistic one ).