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I know to integrate the square of the function between infinity and negative infinity, but is the complex conjugate required?

Any help is much appreciated :D

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I know to integrate the square of the function between infinity and negative infinity, but is the complex conjugate required?

Any help is much appreciated :D

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Also, for a wavefunction, can the expectation value of the position be equal to zero?

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