Let us assume that we have an electron belonging to the p(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); _{x}orbital. In that case what would be the probability of finding it on the z axis? Would it be zero? My teacher says so, but I think that because we can't predict the boundary where there is 100% possibility of finding an electron, we can't find a point where the probability of finding it is 0. Who is correct?

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# B Probability of finding an electron

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