For n = 1, write all the possible sets of quantum numbers (n, I, m, ms).
Physic 103 Astronomy Chapter 1 Notes 1.1 Certain As The Sunrise ● Observations dot not come from emotion or logic. Instead it comes from our own experiences. It is not an opinion and it’s not an option. ● Observe it to actually experience something for yourself. ● When everyone who repeats an observation experiences the same thing, the observation is accurate and becomes apart of science. ● Observations that are not properly done will probably not correspond to what others find when they attempt it. ● When information is lacking from an observation it can make your conclusion about it inaccurate. I also protects us from fraud and it is an enforcer of honesty. ● You need to know all of the important circumstances of the observation to be able to reproduce it. ● 1.2 Models Of Reality ● We build models of reality at a very young age we start to make mental models. ● The simplest sort of model is called “object performance. Meaning that something can be out of sight or hidden and still exist. ● Most primitive cultures came up with a model of the sun’s motion, the model suggests that the sun must get back to eastern horizon after west. ● The ancient greeks are credited with the idea this kind of prediction should be taken seriously. ● The greeks probably did not get a chance to compare notes about sunrise and sunset with travelers from north of the arctic circle but they did note that travelers from Egypt reported seeing stars that co