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3.) Probability

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Jun27-08, 01:10 AM
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Wave function Ψ(r,t) is time dependent. But then why probability [Ψ(r,t)]2 is time independent
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Jun27-08, 01:53 AM
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It isn't.
Demystifier
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Jun27-08, 03:12 AM
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Sometimes it is, when psi(x,t) is an energy eigenstate. (I hope I don't need to explain why.)

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3.) Probability

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Sometimes it is, when psi(x,t) is an energy eigenstate. (I hope I don't need to explain why.)
Oh, I thought the question was intended in more general terms.


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