i m studin the quantum mechanics in my second semester. Though i am doing an engg degree but i have deep intrest in physics from my high school days. That is the reason i want to grab every why and how of physics.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Shrodinger equations say that every particle has wave asscociated with it. I can well understand this. Then i read the topic called 'waves of what'. Shrodinger said that these are waves of propability. I can understand this waves of propability when shrodingers equations are applied to electron of hydrogen atom but i couldnt imagine light as waves of probability as light are electromagnetic waves and photons are particles. So where are the waves of probability of light?

I couldnt find the answer to this question in my book. Any explanation would be helpfull

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