I believe that it might be worth lecture time discussing the top-down ideas at work behind the "Separation of the Time and Space Dependencies of Psi(x,t)" on pages 226-27. I am having some trouble with feeling the consequences of the mathematics there. I would also be interested in hearing more about the uncertainty measurements in the possibility of predictions of measurable negative kinetic energy as discussed on pages 240-41 and even more so interested in talking more about quantum wells in terms of their behavior and their applications. The mathematics didn't seem to be too complex, and most of the other ideas seem to have been explained well.

I believe that it might be worth lecture time discussing the top-down ideas at work behind the "Separation of the Time and Space Dependencies of Psi(x,t)" on pages 226-27. I am having some trouble with feeling the consequences of the mathematics there. I would also be interested in hearing more about the uncertainty measurements in the possibility of predictions of measurable negative kinetic energy as discussed on pages 240-41 and even more so interested in talking more about quantum wells in terms of their behavior and their applications. The mathematics didn't seem to be too complex, and most of the other ideas seem to have been explained well.