What is the difference between SHY AND SHY SQUARE ?
Asked by shruthianandjan11 | 6th Aug, 2016, 08:18: AM
Psi (ψ) is used to denote the wave function which has no physical significance. The square of the wave function, Ψ2, however, does have physical significance.
The probability of finding the particle described by a specific wave function Ψ at a given point and time is proportional to the value of Ψ2.
Answered by Arvind Diwale | 8th Aug, 2016, 03:25: PM
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