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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Electromagnetic waves can be classically described by Maxwell's equations.

Photons can be described by probability waves.

In this case, what is the relationship between the electric field and the probability amplitude?

Are they directly proportional to each other? What about the fact that one is a vector and the other a scalar?

Photons can be described by probability waves.

In this case, what is the relationship between the electric field and the probability amplitude?

Are they directly proportional to each other? What about the fact that one is a vector and the other a scalar?