A Rationalization for the Freshman Rules for the H-Atom Quantum Numbers
From high school onward students have seen the "rules" for the hydrogen atom's quantum numbers: m is an integer, the maximum value of m is l, and l cannot become as big as n. In his physical chemistry course, Ludwig presents insight into the source of these rules.
|Journal Title:||Journal of Chemical Education Vol. 78; no. 5; p. 634|