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I just don't understand that probability density reaches maximum at nucleus (r → 0) if the most probable radius where electron can be found is at Bohr radius according to radial probability (Which also states probablity of finding electron is 0 at r → 0.

Could you please give me a more physical, visual kind of interpretation? Is there a physical meaning anyways? I've seen a lot of 'that's how the math works' but it doesn't quite work for me. Thanks!