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An eigenfunction and its derivative must be single valued, and continuous. Why?



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\(\Psi (x,t)\) is eigen function, and \(\frac{ d^{2} \Psi }{ dx^{2} }\) its derivative

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it's wavefunction must be singlevalued, continuous, and finite.

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why?

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awsome..., thank u so much @mahmit2012, and then for single value?

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ok., very nice thank u so much :)