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Partial differential equation which describes the time evolution of the wavefunction of a quantum system. It is one of the first and most fundamental equations of quantum mechanics.

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Because $$\epsilon^{ijk} = -\epsilon^{jik}$$ is an antisymmetric tensor (it changes sign when you flip two of its consecutive indices). But, it is contracted with a symmetric tensor: $$p^ip^j = p^jp^i …
answered Jan 10 '17 by fgoudra
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I do not know for question 1 but for question 2: No, Heisenberg picture is an interpretation in which the time dependance of a system comes from the operators instead of the wavefunctions (like in th …
answered May 26 by fgoudra
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Even though $\Phi$ is a solution to the Schrodinger equation it is not normalizable as you mentioned. Thus it is not a valid wave-function by itself. However, since the Schrodinger equation is linear, …
answered Jun 21 by fgoudra