Why is the probability of finding a particle in an eigenstate of position zero and not one?
When we say we have located a particle at a particular position - why is it always in a superposition of position eigenstates about that position. But still the probability should not be zero.
I need the math. Thank you.
When we say we have located a particle at a particular position - why is it always in a superposition of position eigenstates about that position. But still the probability should not be zero.
I need the math. Thank you.