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Non-Orthogonal Wave Functions is a repeating topic in this folder. Orthogonality is the relation of two lines (waves in this case) that come to a right angle. What seperates this from perpendicular lines (waves) is that orthogonal lines can happen in any number of dimensions. This folder focusses on the opposite, waves that belong to different orthognal sets, which would make them non-orthogonal to each other. The folder goes over notes and calculations of these waves.
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