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Psi= 4/(9√(4π)) * (6/a)^(3/2) * (r/a)^2 * e^(2i(phi) - (2r)/a) * sin^2 (θ)

a) This is an electron in which subshell?

b) This is an electron in an atom of which element?

c) What is the ionozation energy for this electron, assuming H-like behavior?

d) In a neutral atom (not H-Like) can this electron be in the ground state?

e) What is the probability of finding this electron within Bohr's radius of the nucleus?

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**am not sure where to start here, I am assuming I would normalize the wave function by squaring it, but then how do I pull out quantum number data? I am very confused here.. Could someone please walk me through this or point me in the right direction.**