When an object's state is determined and ultimately decided as one, what happens to the wave functions as the property of the object is determined?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

The Copenhagen interpretation suggest that the wave function "collapses" into one.

The many-worlds interpretation suggests that each possible wave function branches off into a new universe.

What other interpretations are there to explain decoherence of quantum objects?

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# Quantum Mechanics Interpretations?

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