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Unformatted text preview: st does not work. However, if you
restrict yourself to only looking on the z -axis through the nuclei, you get a drawable z1 , z2 plane describing near what axial combinations of positions you are most likely to ﬁnd the two
electrons. In other words: what would be the chances of ﬁnding electron 1 near some axial
position z1 and electron 2 at the same time near some other axial position z2 ?
Try to guess these probabilities in the z1 , z2 -plane as grey tones, (darker if more likely), and
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