# Schrodinger Equation in Spherical co-ordinates. Constants.

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!!

That's correct, because you just choose the overall constant such that the wave function is normalized in the sense of the Hilbert-space norm. What you have written down is the $n=2$, $l=1$, $m=0$ hydrogen wavefunction,