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I read that in an 1D potential, the solution for the Schrödinger equation is always either symmetric or antisymmetric if the potential is a symmetric function: V(x) = V(-x).

How can I proof this?

Thanks, for ur answers!

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# Why is the solution of the schrödinger equation always symmetric or antisymmetric?

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