Can anybody please explain the reason why a normalizable wave function ψ(x) → 0 faster than 1/√x as x → ∞.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I can understand the reason why ∫ψψ*dx < ∞ But do not understand how quadratic integrability implies that.

I would be very thankful to anybody who can give me some idea.

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# Why wave function should goto 0 f faster than 1/sqrt(x) at infinity

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