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Checkster2323

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if there is a wave-function for a single particle, such as a photon..

and there is a wave-function for an electron..

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**wave function**in quantum mechanics describes the quantum state of an isolated system of one or more particles. There is

*one*wave function containing all the information about the entire system, not a separate wave function for each particle in the system. Its interpretation is that of a probability amplitude. Quantities associated with measurements, such as the average momentum of a particle, can be derived from the wave function."

and electrons EMIT photons when dropping down in an fermi level, energy.. emitting radiation as the photon..

does the wave-function for the photon not exist WITHIN the wave-function of the electron ?

does it become part of the wave-function of the electron ?

it surely changes the wave-function of the electron.. either by momentum or angle ... but doesn't the wave-function of the photon somewhat exist within the electrons ?