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## Can wavefunction be infinite?

So, the quantum states of similar quantum systems evolving in similar observable universes are the only non-collapsing wave functions in an infinite universe.

**How many nodes are there in the ground state wave function of in infinite square well potential?**

There are several things that we need to understand. So one important thing is that the wave function, these are all normalizable wave functions. The ground state– this is the ground state– has no nodes. A node, in a wave function, is called the point where the wave function vanishes.

**What is a difference between finite and infinite potential well?**

The finite potential well (also known as the finite square well) is a concept from quantum mechanics. It is an extension of the infinite potential well, in which a particle is confined to a “box”, but one which has finite potential “walls”.

### What is an infinite well?

In quantum mechanics, the particle in a box model (also known as the infinite potential well or the infinite square well) describes a particle free to move in a small space surrounded by impenetrable barriers. Likewise, it can never have zero energy, meaning that the particle can never “sit still”.

**Why must the wave function be zero outside the infinite well?**

The potential is taken to be infinite for educational reasons. This forces the wave function to be zero at the boundary and outside the box, for finite energy solutions, and simplifies the problem of solving the wave equation considerably.

**Why does the wave function go to zero at infinity?**

In order to avoid infinite probabilities, the wave function must be finite everywhere. In order to avoid multiple values of the probability, the wave function must be single valued. In order to normalize the wave functions, they must approach zero as x approaches infinity.

## Is wave function finite or infinite?

Finite. The wave function must be single valued. This means that for any given values of x and t , Ψ(x,t) must have a unique value. This is a way of guaranteeing that there is only a single value for the probability of the system being in a given state.

**What is infinite quantum well?**

**What do you mean by infinite square potential?**

### Which of the following is an important difference between the infinite square well potential and the finite square well potential?

The number of energy levels is limited in the infinite square-well potential but not limited in the finite square-well potential. Only the energy levels in the finite square-well potential depend on Planck’s constant.

**What is the physical meaning of infinite square well?**