Hello, 've been progressing through my self-studying of the Schrodinger Equation in both its time-dependent and independent forms, and I have come across an unknown term.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Super Position ( in my book it's translated in greek literally superposition = υπέρθεση)

My guess so far is that a superposition is when a particle is described by two wavefunctions, which happen to be two eigenfunctions [itex]\psi_n[/itex]with the same (perhaps with different, {not sure there} ) eigenvalues En. Am I correct? If not, please enlighten me :)

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# Particle Superposition

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