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Wave functions are a fundamental concept in quantum mechanics that represent the probability distribution of a particle's position or momentum. They describe the behavior of particles at the quantum level, where particles can exist in multiple states simultaneously. Wave functions are typically represented as mathematical functions that evolve over time according to the Schrödinger equation. They play a crucial role in understanding the behavior of particles in quantum systems and are used to make predictions about the behavior of particles in different physical scenarios.