Physical Metallurgy by Robert W. Cahn and Peter Haasen (Eds.)

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H~/2m) V 2 represents the kinetic energy and v(r) the potential felt by the electron which has total energy E. ~(r) is the wave function of the electron where [~p(r)12 is the probability density of finding the electron at some point r = (x, y, z). The power of the Schr6dinger equation is illustrated by solving eq. (1) for the case of a single hydrogenic atom. It is found that solutions exist only if the wave function ~p is characterized by three distinct quantum numbers n, I and m whose significance has been discussed at the beginning of the preceding chapter.

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