### Solving a Wavefunction

Question: What is the complete wavefunction for n=2, L=0, and m(sub L)= 0? What radius of the orbital specified is required to contain 95% probability of finding an electron?

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Question: What is the complete wavefunction for n=2, L=0, and m(sub L)= 0? What radius of the orbital specified is required to contain 95% probability of finding an electron?

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