Is it true that the wave function of a particle is a probability wave related to its position?( probability wave for lack of a better terming/understanding)(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

And if it does give any form of insight on its position, could this be related to the uncertainty principle in any way? Meaning could this insight give more info on a particles position/momentum then was previously thought?

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# Question on wave functions

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