Are my thoughts correct? **Wave function just means the wave function psi. I will specify when the wave function is squared. 1.) Schrodinger's Equation describes particles-their position, energy, spin (through the "numbers" l, n, and m). 2.) Simplified, SE says the total energy is the sum of kinetic and potential energies of a system. 3.) Wave functions (psi) are the solutions to SE. Wave functions produce n, l, and m, and psi squared gives the probability of a particle being in a specific position. 4.) Wave functions have no significance until they are squared. 5.) Wave functions don't actually map out, point by point, or crest by crest, the possible path of a particle. 6.) Kinetic energy is directly proportional to psi; potential energy is inversely proportional to psi.