The Hydrogenlike atoms: Analysis of the orbital quantum states for n up to 4
Abstract
The Hydrogenlike atoms are the atomic species starting with Hydrogen , alkaline group (I) (Li, Fr) and the ions species X+ (He+, Ca+). In astrophysics fields, interesting topics are related to Lyman Hydrogen emission spectra. We recognize similar geometrical shapes of atomic orbitals in the stellar seismology field. For describing the interactions at quantum scale relating to the electromagnetic forces we use the mathematical framework of Schrödinger Equation with Coulomb potential. Computing, plotting and analyzing the electron density, the radial distributions of quantum states with n < 5, we obtain some qualitative aspects of representative states. By projection of the square wave function on the circular membrane, we find some results related to pulsation problems. Then we obtain the 3Dorbital shapes and we build orbitals superposition for n up to 4.
 Publication:

ZAC 2021  International Conference Viewpoints in Astronomy
 Pub Date:
 October 2021
 Bibcode:
 2021vaas.confE..24C