We know that in Schrodinger equation, Ψ is called wave function, which is not observable, while Ψ·Ψ* is the probability, which is observable.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

can we rewirte the Schrodinger equation to a form without Ψ but only Ψ·Ψ*?

because I think, in this way can I figure out all conservations in the equation. Although I can make it with present Schrodinger equation, it's obvious that the Schrodinger equation will change if I make t→-t transformation.

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# Can we rewrite Schrodinger equation using observable variable?

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