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From what I've heard from TAs/UAs/Lecture, Schrodinger on the MT is going to be limited mostly to concepts about how when we square the wavefunction it represents probability density (of finding an electron in that region) and how that corresponds to atomic orbitals.
I'm thinking we will probably also have to know what each part of Schrodinger's Equation represents. So, the part with the fractions represents kinetic energy, the part with V represents potential energy, and these together equal total energy of the system
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