In my electronics engineering program, we have topics on quantum mech, statistcal mech and so on(only intuitive treatment, not mathematical)....We follow'Introduction to modern physics' by Sir Arthur Beiser. I have a small doubt in the wavefunction of a system..(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Let a system consist of two particles A and B and let their wave-fuctions by ψa and ψb respectively..Let ψc represent the wavefuction of the system..

In this book, it is given that

ψc is a product of ψa and ψb..

How is this possible?

We have learnt about the probability of existence of a particle by integrating the wave-function..Does this concept have anything to do with the wavefunction of the system..

Please explain me in an intuitive way without tough mathematics..

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