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# please explain the four conditions of an acceptable wave function.. and how to use that. For...

please explain the four conditions of an acceptable wave function.. and how to use that.
For rxample I have a function exp(ax^2). I want to check whether this is an acceptable wave function or not. how to proceed?

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