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*http://embouledogues.com/?freebooks/digital-signal-processing-using-matlab*. An electron in orbit has no position to speak of, other than it is somewhere in its orbit. To deal with this problem, quantum physics developed the tool of the quantum wave function as a mathematical description of the superpositions associated with a quantum entity at any particular moment

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