Hi all, I am doing quantum stuff in my physics class right now and have a few question that I would like to know the answers to... 1) A partical has wave proporties that relate to the probability of where it exists. I guess my question is how do particals move? Like can they exist anywhere that their wave function says at any specific time? Like can a partical jump from on place to somewhere else miles away? 2) With photons, the E&M fields are waving but does do photons also have a probability wave function? 3) In quantum theory, how is motion of a partical explained? Any other information about basic quantum theory would be great to.