(a) If the core electrons were totally effective at screening the valence electrons and the valence electrons provided no screening for each other, what would be the effective nuclear charge acting on the 3s and 3p valence electrons in P?
b) Repeat these calculations using Slater’s rules.
(c) Detailed calculations indicate that the effective nuclear charge is 5.6+ for the 3s electrons and 4.9+ for the 3p electrons. Why are the values for the 3s and 3p electrons different?
(d) If you remove a single electron from a P atom, which orbital will it come from
Physics 1302- 1pm MW SR1 116 Professor Mini Das Chapter 19 1/20/2016 19-1 Static Electricty Normally things have a neutral charge when charged=force Like charges repel, opposites attract Magnitude of electron’s charge is the same as proton’s Induced charge- charged rod picking up attached pieces of tissue (tissue is neutral) Total electric charge of the universe is constant Conductor- induce charge into metal, it flows through metal Insulator- plastic rod charged in one place, doesn’t move Stay away from each other farthest spread at surface = induction Charge stays on surface of conductor because same charge so repel each other Coulomb’s Law = |1|2| Units: Newtons (N)