Bohr’s Model; Matter Waves (Sections)
Is energy emitted or absorbed when the following electronic transitions occur in hydrogen?
(a) from n = 4 to n = 2,
(b) from an orbit of radius 2.12 Å to one of radius 8.46 Å,
(c) an electron adds to the H+ ion and ends up in the n = 3 shell?
LECTURE 4 NOTES – CHAPTER 2 and 3 – 9/12/17 Ionic Bonds are explained by Dr. V through the analogy of two actors; one you like and one you LOVE Let’s say Gal Gadot is the actress you like. If she walks into a room, she is swarmed by everyone. As this happens, Corbin Bleu, an actor you LOVE, walks in through the back door. As soon as he walks in, everyone drops Gal Gadot and runs straight for ‘the Bleu guy’ 1. If you have an ionic bond between two chemicals, all you have to do is pass an oppositely charged solution over them to break the bond 2. You can’t do this with covalent bonds, it takes 98.8 calories of energy to break a covalent bond An atom is considered an atom when it is neutral in charge As soon as you have