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I know that every particle has attached a wavefunction in quantum mechanics.

How does a free particle move in quantum mechanics?

The wavefunction has periodic zeroes, and the |wavefunction|^2 gives the probability of finding that particle...so does this mean that in space the particle has certain places in which it cannot exist?

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# Wave function of a particle

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