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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Hi,

I have a couple of newbie questions. Are all stationery solutions to a SE eigenstates of observables? Is the converse true (that is, are all eigenstates stationery)? If the answer is no, can a measurement collapse a stationery wave-function onto a non-stationery one? And finally, is the probability of a superposition collapsing into a component state given by the squared modulus of the co-efficient of the respective state? Thanks.

Molu, a clueless high-school boy who thinks QM is weird

I have a couple of newbie questions. Are all stationery solutions to a SE eigenstates of observables? Is the converse true (that is, are all eigenstates stationery)? If the answer is no, can a measurement collapse a stationery wave-function onto a non-stationery one? And finally, is the probability of a superposition collapsing into a component state given by the squared modulus of the co-efficient of the respective state? Thanks.

Molu, a clueless high-school boy who thinks QM is weird