Suppose the hydrogen atom consists of a positive point charge (+e), located in the center of the atom, which is surrounded by a negative charge (-e), distributed in the space around it. The space distribution of the negative charge changes according to the law p=Ce^(−2r/R), where C is a constant, r is the distance from the center of the atom, and R is Bohr's radius. Find the value of the constant C by using the electrical neutrality of the atom. I don't think I understand the charge distribution very well. I tried integrating the total negative charge of the sphere ( atom ), since I know it's equal to ( -e ).