Well, a week ago my Professor said the space of quantum physical states was a Hilbert space. Thing is, he just said it, and moved on.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

So I have a vector space with a scalar product. Is it, indeed, Hilbert? That is, is it complete?

I guess I'll see the answer next semester, in real functions analysis or sth., but I'm kinda curious, so thanks in advance for your answers.

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# Wavefunctions space in Quantum Physics

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