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- adj. hydrogen-like
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as hydrogenous, in any sense.
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For five points, does the energy of a hydrogenic atom depend upon the angular momentum quantum number l, and if so, under what circumstances and why?
Therefore, I asked my student, Fouad Major, to experiment with a simplified cylindrical version of such a trap in the hope that it might be useful in hfs resonance experiments on hydrogenic helium ions.
Hydrogen Atom Viewer displays the wave functions (orbitals) of the hydrogen atom (actually the hydrogenic atom) in 3-D.