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-Use the Coulomb potential for an atom.

-Use the fact that the potential is set to zero at infinity.

Good luck :)

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So we have to take the integral from infinity to "r" of what?

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So we have to take the integral from infinity to "r" of what?

Have you had classical E&M? I thought such course is a prerequisite for a modern physics/QM class?

Zz.

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I am pretty confused on it.

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