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The solutions, or wave

products of three factors, each ... (8-33) W = R(r)0(6) P(b) (8-34) This notation

means that the factor R is a

the ...

The solutions, or wave

**functions**, the expressions that satisfy this equation, areproducts of three factors, each ... (8-33) W = R(r)0(6) P(b) (8-34) This notation

means that the factor R is a

**function**only of the variable r, 0 is a**function**only ofthe ...

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In visualizing a wave

an angular part 640. In Figure 8-27 are plotted values of the R factor for several

hydrogen orbitals, along with corresponding graphs of the

In visualizing a wave

**function**, it is convenient to divide it into a radial part R andan angular part 640. In Figure 8-27 are plotted values of the R factor for several

hydrogen orbitals, along with corresponding graphs of the

**function**47 rol,” ...Page 308

(9-14) The solutions of this differential equation are

varies with t, the time, and the equation implies that any such

a second derivative equal to the

(9-14) The solutions of this differential equation are

**functions**showing how xvaries with t, the time, and the equation implies that any such

**function**, x = f(t), hasa second derivative equal to the

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1STATES OF MATTER | 1 |

2SOLUTIONS | 51 |

SECOND LAW AND EQUILIBRIUM | 115 |

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