Hydrogen has been a great laboratory for Quantum Mechanics. After Hydrogen, Helium is the simplest atom we can use to begin to study atomic physics. Helium has two protons in the nucleus ( ), usually two neutrons ( ), and two electrons bound to the nucleus.
This material is covered in Gasiorowicz Chapters 18, in Cohen-Tannoudji et al. Complement ,and briefly in Griffiths Chapter 7.