The Hamiltonian operator in the equation i×h/2π×∂/∂t×ψ=H×ψ(where 'i' is the imaginary no.,'h/2π' is just expanded form of the reduced planck constant,'∂/∂t' is the partial derivative with respect to time 't' and ψ is the wave function) is,as I recall,H=I+V(i dont know how to get those carets on top of them) implying the "set of possible outcomes when measuring the total energy of a system".What does this mean?Does it relate to state of the system,i.e,the wave function at time t?or can it also be used for a non-relativistic particle(particle not at the speed of light) with a given position or perhaps a harmonic oscillator?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Schrödinger's time-dependent equation (general)

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