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Can somebody clear a fundemental doubt i have?:uhh: A wave function has a form found by applying Schrodinger's equation. In steady-state systems, arent the system eigen functions, the wave equation of the system? if so is it the energy eigen function or the momentum eigen function(say in particle in a box problem) or eigen function of some other observable that is its wave function?

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