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Proof for equation of radial probability distribution curve

Just to expand a bit on the detailed answer already given: the problem can be solved in arbitrary coordinate system, and it all comes down to finding the volume element in different coordinate systems,...
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Proof for equation of radial probability distribution curve

Let take for the question context as the axiom of the quantum atomic theory this: $|\Psi|^2$ is the probability density an electron occurs at the given point. $\Psi$ itself is a wave function as a ...
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Which quantum numbers does the orbital angular momentum depend on?

Orbital angular momentum, like any other form of angular momentum, is a vector quantity.* Thus, it has both a magnitude as well as a direction. The magnitude of the orbital angular momentum is given ...
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