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Major Concepts of Physics II

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Major Concepts of Physics II PHY 102

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which aspect is revealed Example The photoelectric effect reveals The particle Ilike photon aspect The Thomas Young experiment reveals interference wovelike aspect Major Concepts of Physics PHY 102 Lecture 16 2009 5ymcuse Universi l39y 4 A gas discharge l39ube 4 g iii sgf lL Gas ions Electrode 0 Neutral gas atoms 9 Electrons a Major Concepts of Physics PHY 102 Lecture 16 2009 5yracus University 5 emission spectra A 19th Century Mystery Now we are ready to tackle a big puzzle of 19th century science The Nature of light emitted by gases Observation The frequencies are discrete They are not continuous That is the light emitted by an excited gas has frequencies that take on separated precise values Each frequency is a characteristic eg fingerprint of the particular type of gas Do Demo Light from excited gas discharge tubes Contrast this with light emitted by a sold The frequencies are continuous Major Concepts of Physics PHY 102 Lecture 16 2009 5yracuse University 6 Ody Radiation Recall its basic facts Al frequencies of radiation are emitted but Varying intensities Contrast this with light from a gas All values of the frequency f bermeel the discrete allowed values are forbidden Major Concepts of Physics PHY 102 Lecture 16 2009 5ymcuse University 7 LighT from Gases WhaT happens in The Tube conTaining The gas gt There is a large elecTric poTenTiazl difference across The Tube ElecTrons rush across Tube and collide wiJTh gas aToms Energy is Transferred To The gas aToms They Then o eexcfe 1n This de exci l aTion process The aTomic energy is Turned inTo I g 1 Electrodenommma T mm amp r 99 M or Way E ectrode p 4 z 231353 1 llllllL 0 Neutral gas atorns 9 Gas ions 9 Electrons a Major Concepts of Physics PHY 102 LecTur39e 16 2009 Syracuse UniversiTy A neon sign is a discharge tube containing neon gas b Emissim spm m Fm i Qmig hydmg m indium mm mgmury eagyngmcme McGuerlH Cnmpzmes Inc Pevmwssmn rimmed im reproducuon or away Myumgcn m V 4 V 400 450 Sun 550 mm 650 7119 m 450 mu 50 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Bobquot Apply New ron39s 2quotCl Law and Coulomb39s Law To show The onyallowed radii r are r z r Here rn ner n r1 is called The Bohr radius The value of r1 is h24n2mke2 05259 1010 meters k is Coulomb39s Constant 1 47cso e is The electron charge Major Concepts of Physics PHY 102 Lecture 16 2009 5yracuse Universify 22 Announcements 1 Reading Chapter 27Th Section 276 Spectroscopy and early models of atom page 994997 Section 277 The Bohr model of the hydrogen atom atomic energy levels 9981002 Conceptual examples 276 277 2 This week39s workshop Workshop 9 3 HW 6 is due on this week s workshop Major Concepts of Physics PHY 102 Lecture 16 2009 yracuse University 23


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