In quantum mechanics, given ψ, we calculate the probability density in a given space by (mod[ψ]^2)*dx*dy*dz (as given in any standard textbook). But my suggetion is that it should be (mod[ψ]^2)*dx*dy*dz*dt where dt is the differential time element. Its seems to me to be more fundamental. Then why dont we do that?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Porbability Density?

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