Can someone give me a link where I can find data on the size of an H atom (free and in main compounds like water)?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

If there is none can you tell me roughly the range of sizes or at least what is the ratio between a free atom and a bound atom.

I know that for a free atom the radius is not the Bohr radius anymore , and that there is a cloud of probability, can you tell me what is the radius where probability is95%?

If it is possible, I'd like to learn what is the official value of the magnetic fieldBof the ground state (1s), as on the web I found many contrasting values. I tried to calculate it myself and I got1/8Tesla, is that correct?

I read also that angular moment in QM is 0, is it h/2pi in classical model?

Thanks a lot for your help.

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# Hydrogen atom data

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