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happyparticle

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I have hard time to really understand what's a stationary state for a wave function.

I know in a stationary state all observables are independent of time, but is the energy fix?

Is the particle has some momentum?

If a wave function oscillates between multiple energies does it means that the wave function is a sum of stationary states and then it is not a stationary state?

Thanks