In my course of modern Physics one postulate i read is(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

"Associated with any particle moving in a conservative field of force is a wave function which determines everything that can be known about the system"

A question arised in my mind is if the particle is moving in non conservative field then cant we associate a wave function with the particle? or if we can how is schrodinger eq is modified for that?

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# Postulates of Quantum Mechanics

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