64. The normalized wave function describing the 1s-stat

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64. The normalized wave function describing the 1s-state of the electron in a hydrogen atom is given by ψ100 (r) = 1 / √ (πa3) er / a, where a - the first Bohr radius. Determine: 1) the probability W of finding an electron at a distance from r to r + dr from the nucleus; 2) the distance from the nucleus, in which an electron can be detected with the greatest probability.

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