I was trying to understand wave function collapse in terms of superposition, but I ran into some problems when relating back to information theory/entropy. It is given in the definition of information in terms of entropy energy is needed to transfer information. That is something we have always been taught, but if that means information is associated with different eigenstates, what happens to the information associated with different collapse forms of a particle? Is it that there is no energy associated with the information of the superpositions of a particle, but if that were the case, how could those states exist in the first place? Perhaps the answer is in Schrödinger's equation. Any help is welcomed! Thanks.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Information Theory on Wave Function Collapse

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