- #1
- 32
- 0
So I understand why the limit of the wave function as x goes to infinity is 0. But on pg 14 of Griffiths 2nd ed. qm for example, why does he call lim x[itex]\rightarrow[/itex][itex]\infty[/itex] ψ*[itex]\frac{dψ}{dx}[/itex] = 0? How can you assume that [itex]\frac{dψ}{dx}[/itex] doesn't blow up at x = ∞