At the core of the quantum concept by Planck was the black-body radiation, then: electromagnetic waves, whose amplitudes are electric and magnetic fields, but when one follow the developments and one comes to the Schrödinger waves, now their amplitudes are not of that kind but related to probability of finding a particle at a given point. How is that change possible?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

So, does an electromagnetic wave (for example in the ultraviolet range) simultaneously have a probability-related wave?

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# How an electromagnetic amplitude becomes QM probability?

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