Schrodinger Equation in Spherical co-ordinates. Constants.

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When normalising the S.E. in spherical coordinates you split it up into 3 integrals, with respect to r, theta and phi.

My question is, once you have found the constants for each, when writing out the normalised PSI do you simply place them as a product in the solution?

i..e PSI (r,theta,phi) = ABC r exp (-r/2a) cos (theta)

where ABC are the normalised constants from each part?

Thanks again for any help!!
 

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