For an electron in the 2p state of an excited hydrogen atom, the probability function P for the electron to be located at a distance r from the atom's center is given byP(r) = π r46 a5e−r/aFind the most probable distance r of the electron from the center of the atom.You may use a, e, and π (type pi or use the symbol in MathPad). r =

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For an electron in the 2p state of an excited hydrogen atom, the probability function P for the electron to be located at a distance r from the atom's center is given by

P(r) = 

π r4
6 a5

e−r/a

Find the most probable distance r of the electron from the center of the atom.

You may use a, e, and π (type pi or use the symbol in MathPad).

r =

 
 
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