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In symmetrical electron density distribution, the likelihood of finding an electron in any given point within the orbital is relatively the same. In asymmetrical electron density distribution, there are certain areas where it is less likely to find an electron. For example, in the nodal plane, the likelihood of finding an electron is 0, whereas somewhere else in the orbital the likelihood of finding an electron is another certain percentage.
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