How is Hamiltonian energy of orbital differ from orbital in certain

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how is Hamiltonian energy of orbital differ from orbital in certain atom with another atom although the two orbital have the same no. of electrons...
ex...Hamiltonian energy differ in lithium and hydrogen although both have one electron in last orbital
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lol, just curious, why the rush? ;]

Well these 2 atoms you mention have nothing in common. They have different atomic number, which means the potential V (that gets in schrodinger equation) is different which finally means that you'll get different Hamiltonian eigenstates (energies)
 
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r u trust in this answer....and how the atomic no. can change in V
 

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