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The wave function or state vector (callled 'Ket') ψ in the time-dependent schrodinger equation

[itex]i\hbar\frac{∂ψ}{∂t}=\widehat{H}ψ[/itex]

is the just energy eigenfunction or any wavefunction for the given system?

For example, can ψ be momentum eigenfunction or angular momentum eigenfunction, etc?

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# What is wavefunction in the time-dependent schrodinger equation?

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