Electron in hydrogen atom is found in tunneling region

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Numerically evaluate the following quantities

a) The probability that the 1s electron in the hydrogen atom is found in the tunneling (classically forbidden) region.

b) The probability that the 1s electron in the Ne+9 is found in the tunneling region. By this measure, is a 1s electron in Ne+9 more or less "classical" than in a hydrogen atom?

c) The probability that a 10s electron in the hydrogen atom is found in the tunneling region. Again, by this measure alone, is a 10s electron more or less "classical" than a 1s electron? If your coding works for a 20s electron, find the tunneling probability for that case too. Do you see a pattern here?

d) The probability that an electron in the hydrogen atom with n=10 and l=9, is found in the tunneling region

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