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The wave function for a hydrogen atom in the 2s state is

(a) Verify that this function is normalized.

(b) In the Bohr model, the distance between the electron and the nucleus in the n = 2 state is exactly 4a. Calculate the probability that an electron in the 2s state will be found at a distance less than 4a from thenucleus.

(a) Verify that this function is normalized.

(b) In the Bohr model, the distance between the electron and the nucleus in the n = 2 state is exactly 4a. Calculate the probability that an electron in the 2s state will be found at a distance less than 4a from thenucleus.

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