Consider the following bond lengths: In the CO3 2 ion, all three CO bonds have identical bond lengths of 136 pm. Why?
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CHEM 120 Week 4 Notes • Light o Wave ▪ Interference/Diffraction ▪ = λν o Particle ▪ BB radiation/photoelectric effect ▪ = ℎν • Light from the emission spectrum o Emission: Higher to lower (Ex: n = 3; n = 2) o Absorption: Lower to higher (Ex: n = 3; n = 4) 1 1 1 o Balmer – Rydberg Equation: λ = 12− 22) ▪ RHis Rydberg’s constant = 1.097 x 10 m -1 *must be positive so n2 > n1 • Bohr’s Model o Energy states 1 ▪ Energy on the 1 level:
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