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I am wondering if the eigenstates of Hermitian operators, which represent possible wavefunctions representing the system, are always stationary wavefunctions, i.e. the deriving probability distribution function is always time invariant. I would think so since these eigenstates arise when the system is bound... Am I correct?

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# I Are Eigenstates of operators always stationary states?

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