Hi guys the question is
"Write down the time independent Schrödinger equation for the hydrogen atom,
and show that the wave function
Ψ(r,θ ,φ ) = Ae(−r / aB)
is a solution. (A is a normalization constant and aB is the Bohr radius.) What is
the energy of the state with this wave function?"
I have solved what i think is the right answer, but i'm not to sure what else i have to do to it or if i have the right answer.
Any help would be appreciated
Heres the lectures online notes
The Attempt at a Solution
Here is my attempt at the solution
And the paper it was taken from