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(a) Using the Pauli exclusion principle and the rules relating the allowed values of the

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Problem 50

(a) Using the Pauli exclusion principle and the rules relating the allowed values of the quantum numbers n, l, ml , ms , prove that the maximum number of electrons in a subshell is 2n2 . (b) In a similar manner, prove that the maximum number of electrons in a shell is 2n2.

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Physics 1500 Week of August 14, 2016 Dr. Hebert Physics  Units o Study of the fundamental laws of the universe o Without units, most numbers in physics are meaningless  Example: weight o SI units – units give scale o Fundamental qualities of nature have fundamental units  Length o Distance between two points in space o Meter (m) o 1 m approx. 3 feet  Time o Physical quantity at a constant pace  Steadily marches forward o Seconds (s)  Mass o Fundamental measure of how much stuff makes up an object o NOT THE SAME as weight o “if you travel to the moon, mass is the same as earth, however, weight will be different” o kilogram (kg)  Prefixes o SI makes comparison easy o Table 1.4 in book o Nano, micro, milli, centi, kilo, mega  Derived Units o Combination of fundamental units (density, speed) o Some have names (Newtons, Joules) o Can have prefixes  Dimensional Analysis o Natural ideas that are represented by units o Used to make sure our units match what we expect  Unit Conversion o Can be treated like algebraic quantities  Example: Moving 30 mph, how fast is speed in feet per second August 18, 2016  Motion in One Direction o Position – where an object is in space relative to some reference point o Reference point- origin of

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