in the time-dependent schrodinger equation , our sir told us about energy and momentum operators . He just defined them , the equation was of the form Aexp(i(kx−ωt)) .if we take the equation of the form Aexp(i(kx+ωt)) will those operators change . if so generally for a wave how do we determine the operators ?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Dependence of operators on the wave function

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