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we know φ=π

^{-1/2}a

^{-3/2}e

^{-r/1}

I want to know the complex conjugate of φ* ?

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we know φ=π

I want to know the complex conjugate of φ* ?

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Note: just a reminder that the complex conjugate of ##z^*## is ##(z^*)^*##.

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Is the integration variable T? What is T?∫φ*Tφdτ

What do you think about the nature of the ground state wavefunction of H atom, is it real or complex?

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integration is not variable T

I just want to know the complex conjugate of φ

I think i figure it out , due to the φ is real, the complex conjugate of φ is itself . thanks anyway

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