Two dimensional potential , Chemistry

A particle is in the two dimensional potential well (V(x,y) =  ∞ for the outside of the well, V(x,y) = 0 for the inside of the well.

(a)  Starting with the shrodinger equation, determine the state function using L1 and L2 as the length of every side of the box

(b) Determine the lowest energy that this particle would have if the dimension of the box is 3 nm by 5 nm.

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