Some questions on Schrödingers equation (se)...(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

1) what does the m in se refer too the equation describes a wave function not a particle so how can we associate a mass with it.

2) the equation has to have fixed numbers ie it can't have any numbers with uncertainies yet shouldn't mass be subject to Heisenberg's uncertainty principle??

3) this applies to other physics as well...it has pi in the equation yet pi goes on for ever how does it make sense to assign a number that goes on for ever to a physical quantity as surely that must have a limit?

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# Schrödinger's equation

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