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if we take an hydrogen atom and we wish to find out the PD function of 1st, 2nd and 3rd orbital. please help me finding out some doc on it.

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if we take an hydrogen atom and we wish to find out the PD function of 1st, 2nd and 3rd orbital. please help me finding out some doc on it.

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Go to this link. If it doesn't scroll you to the right portion you are looking for section on Wavefunction. Specifically, equation for ψ. Notice n, l, and m. These are the 3 quantum numbers describing an orbital.

PD is given by ψ multiplied by its own complex conjugate.

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