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Quantum Chemistry

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Quantum Chemistry Chem111

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Date Created: 10/19/14
Notes October 15 Questions define 1 What39s atomic structure a Electron configuration or where the region of space electrons are most likely to be found orbitals orbital occupancy 2 What39s nuclear structure a How many protons are in the nucleus 3 What39s quantum mechanics a Using tools to understand radiation b Photons in steps tells us about where electrons are c Observational problem 4 What39s wave mechanics a Manipulation of wave equations b Electron movement treated as waves Quantum Chemistry Chapter 6 Some Hydrogen basics Energy in terms of frequency Energy Wavelength frequency Energy wave length frequency are all the same Continuous Spectrum visible EM White light means all rays are visible Optional jump sequences like water Ground state is the state where electrons are in lowest occupancy level Anything above ground level is an excited state Bohr Model For Hydrogen This equation is ONLY for hydrogen 0 n is orbital level Constant is given Bohr Model if an electron moves All of this energy is quanti 0 You can calculate it Excited States Graph Ionization energy is taking electron in ground state and sending it to infinity Sample Problem Would not be visible De Broglie s Matter Waves h divided by mass speed


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