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The magnitude of the orbital angular momentum inan excited state of hydrogen is 2.58 Ãƒâ€” 1034 J.sand the component is 1.06 x 1034 J.s
A  What are all the possible values of n for this state?
B  What are all possible values of l for this state?Ã‚Â
C  What are all the possible values of m_{l} for this state?Ã‚Â
2. Calculate the probability of finding the electron in the ground state of hydrogen at less than one Bohr radius from the nucleusÃ‚Â
3. What is the probability of finding a 1s electron between r =Ã‚Â r_{0Ã‚Â}and r = 1.7r_{0}?
The magnitude of the orbital angular momentum in an excited state of hydrogen is 2.58 X 1034 J . s and the Z component is 1.06 X 1034 J . s
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Subhash P
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Given that Magnitude of orbital angular momentum in exicitated state=2.58*10 34 Jsec Z component=1.06*10 34 Jsec To determined that A ...
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