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# eigenfunction

## Definitions

• noun mathematics A function such that, for a given linear operator , for some scalar (called an eigenvalue).

## Etymologies

eigen- +‎ function

## Examples

• The Copenhagen interpretation of QM says that the wavefunction should "collapse" (revert to a single eigenfunction) everywhere simultaneously when an observation is made.

• The Copenhagen interpretation of QM says that the wavefunction should "collapse" (revert to a single eigenfunction) everywhere simultaneously when an observation is made.

• \Phi+\bar {\Phi} is an eigenfunction belonging to '' E '', which means that the wave function may be chosen real.

• The Copenhagen interpretation of QM says that the wavefunction should "collapse" (revert to a single eigenfunction) everywhere simultaneously when an observation is made.

Conservapedia - Recent changes [en] Cuddlytakun 2009

• The Copenhagen interpretation of QM says that the wavefunction should "collapse" (revert to a single eigenfunction) everywhere simultaneously when an observation is made.

• The exception being the case that is an eigenfunction belonging to E, which means that the wave function may be chosen real.

• The Copenhagen interpretation of QM says that the wavefunction should "collapse" (revert to a single eigenfunction) everywhere simultaneously when an observation is made.

Conservapedia - Recent changes [en] KSorenson 2009

• The Copenhagen interpretation of QM says that the wavefunction should "collapse" (revert to a single eigenfunction) everywhere simultaneously when an observation is made.

• \Phi+\bar {\Phi} is an eigenfunction belonging to '' E '', which means that the wave function may be chosen real.

• The Copenhagen interpretation of QM says that the wavefunction should "collapse" (revert to a single eigenfunction) everywhere simultaneously when an observation is made.