 7.36E: The nearest star to our sun is Proxima Centauri. at a distance of 4...
 7.68E: According to the quantummechanical model for the hydrogen atom, wh...
 7.73E: Ultraviolet radiation and radiation of shorter wavelengths can dama...
 7.79E: Ionization involves completely removing an electron from an atom. H...
 7.80E: The energy required to ionize sodium is 496 kJ/mol. What minimum fr...
 7.81E: Suppose that in an alternate universe, the possible values of / wer...
 7.82E: Suppose that, in an alternate universe, the possible values of ml a...
 7.83E: An atomic emission spectrum of hydrogen shows three wavelengths: 18...
 7.84E: An atomic emission spectrum of hydrogen shows three wavelengths: 12...
 7.85E: The binding energy of electrons in a metal is 193 kJ/mol. Find the ...
 7.86E: deuterons must collide each with a velocity of about 1 x 106m/s. Fi...
 7.87E: The speed of sound in air is 344 m/s at room temperature. The lowes...
 7.88E: The distance from Earth to the sun is 1.5 x 108 km. Find the number...
 7.89E: The iodine molecule can be photodissociated into iodine atoms in th...
 7.91E: A laser produces 20.0 mW of red light. In 1.00 hr. the laser emits ...
 7.90E: A 5.00 mL ampule of a 0.100 M solution of naphthalene in hexane is ...
 7.92E: A particular laser consumes 150.0 watts of electrical power and pro...
 7.93E: An electron confined to a onedimensional box has energy levels giv...
 7.94E: The energy of a vibrating molecule is quantized much like the energ...
 7.95E: where a0 is a constant (a0 = 53 pm) and r is the distance from the ...
 7.96E: Before quantum mechanics was developed, Johannes Rydberg developed ...
 7.97E: Find the velocity of an electron emitted by a metal whose threshold...
 7.98E: Water is exposed to infrared radiation of wavelength 2.8 x 104 cm....
 7.99E: The 2005 Nobel Prize in physics was given, in part, to scientists w...
 7.100E: A metal whose threshold frequency is 6.71 x 1014 s1 emits an elect...
 7.101E: Find the longest wavelength of a wave that can travel around in a c...
 7.102E: The heat of fusion of ice is 6.00 kJ/mol. Find the number of photon...
 7.103E: Explain the difference between the Bohr model for the hydrogen atom...
 7.104E: The light emitted from one of the following electronic transitions ...
 7.106E: Which transition in the hydrogen atom will result in emitted light ...
 7.105E: Determine whether an interference pattern is observed on the other ...
 7.1: Does Barbara Ehrenreich seem to be exaggerating the workplace as sh...
 7.2: What is Ehrenreichs attitude toward her coworkers? Does she appreci...
 7.3: Early in the selection, as Ehrenreich pays bills left over from her...
 7.4: According to Ehrenreich, who is to blame for the situation of those...
 7.5: Overall, what is your attitude toward Ehrenreich and her method of ...
 7.6: Ehrenreichs essay delivers strong implications about the U.S. econo...
 7.11E: How did the photoelectric effect lead Einstein to propose that ligh...
 7.1E: Why is the quantummechanical model of the atom important for under...
 7.12E: What is a photon? How is the energy of a photon related to its wave...
 7.1SAQ: Which wavelength of light has the highest frequency?a) 10 nmb) 10 m...
 7.7: Discuss specific instances of humor in this selection. Is it primar...
 7.13E: What is an emission spectrum? How does an emission spectrum of a ga...
 7.2E: What is light? How fast does it travel in a vacuum?
 7.8: What elements of fiction does Ehrenreich employ? Consider such elem...
 7.14E: Describe the Bohr model for the atom. How did the Bohr model accoun...
 7.2SAQ: Which kind of electromagnetic radiation contains the greatest energ...
 7.9: In this selection, Ehrenreich does not state a thesis or indicate d...
 7.3E: Define the wavelength and amplitude of a wave. How are these relate...
 7.16E: What is the de Broglie wavelength of an electron? What determines t...
 7.10: At times, Ehrenreich seems to raise tangential issues. When she des...
 7.3SAQ: How much energy (In J) is contained in 1.00 mole of 552 nm photons?...
 7.7.17: A photon has a frequency of 6.0 3 104 Hz. (a) Convert this frequenc...
 7.17E: What are complementary properties? How does electron diffraction de...
 7.11: How does Ehrenreich establish her ethos in this selection? What par...
 7.17: What are complementary properties? How does electron diffraction de...
 7.4E: Define the frequency of electromagnetic radiation. How is frequency...
 7.7.18: What is the wavelength, in nm, of radiation that has an energy cont...
 7.18E: Explain Heisenberg's uncertainty principle. What paradox is at leas...
 7.12: Who is Ehrenreichs audience? Base your answer on the tone you detec...
 7.18: Explain Heisenbergs uncertainty principle. What paradox is at least...
 7.4SAQ: Light from three different lasers (A. B. and C), each with a differ...
 7.7.19: When copper is bombarded with highenergy electrons, X rays are emi...
 7.19E: What is a trajectory? What kind of information do you need to predi...
 7.19: What is a trajectory? What kind of information do you need to predi...
 7.5E: What determines the color of light? Describe the difference between...
 7.7.2: A particular form of electromagnetic radiation has a frequency of 8...
 7.20E: Why does the uncertainty principle make it impossible to predict a ...
 7.20: Why does the uncertainty principle make it impossible to predict a ...
 7.5SAQ: Calculate the wavelength of an electron traveling at 1.85 x 107 m/s...
 7.7.21: The work function of potassium is 3.68 3 10219 J. (a) What is the m...
 7.21E: Newton's laws of motion are deterministic. Explain this statement.
 7.21: Newtons laws of motion are deterministic . Explain this statement.
 7.6E: What determines the color of a colored object? Explain why grass ap...
 7.7.22: When light of frequency equal to 2.11 3 1015 s21 shines on the surf...
 7.22E: An electron behaves in ways that are at least partially indetermina...
 7.22: An electron behaves in ways that are at least partially indetermina...
 7.6SAQ: Which set of three quantum numbers does not specify an orbital in t...
 7.7.23: (a) What is an energy level? Explain the difference between ground ...
 7.23E: What is a probability distribution map?
 7.23: What is a probability distribution map?
 7.7E: Give an approximate range of wavelengths for each type of electroma...
 7.7.24: (a) Briefly describe Bohrs theory of the hydrogen atom and how it e...
 7.24E: For each solution to the Schrodinger equation, what can be precisel...
 7.24: For each solution to the Schrdinger equation, what can be precisely...
 7.7SAQ: Calculate the wavelength of light emitted when an electron in the h...
 7.7.25: Explain why elements produce their own characteristic colors when t...
 7.25E: What is a quantummechanical orbital?
 7.25: What is a quantummechanical orbital?
 7.8E: Explain the wave behavior known as interference. Explain the differ...
 7.7.26: Some copper compounds emit green light when they are heated in a fl...
 7.26E: What is the Schrodinger equation? What is a wave function? How is a...
 7.26: What is the Schrdinger equation? What is a wave function? How is a ...
 7.8SAQ: Which electron transition produces light of the highest frequency i...
 7.7.27: Is it possible for a fluorescent material to emit radiation in the ...
 7.27E: What are the possible values of the principal quantum number n ? Wh...
 7.27: What are the possible values of the principal quantum number n ? Wh...
 7.9E: Explain the wave behavior known as diffraction. Draw the diffractio...
 7.7.28: Explain how astronomers are able to tell which elements are present...
 7.28E: What are the possible values of the angular momentum quantum number...
 7.28: What are the possible values of the angular momentum quantum number...
 7.9SAQ: How much time (in seconds) does it take light to travel 1.00 billio...
 7.7.29: Consider the following energy levels of a hypothetical atom: E4 ___...
 7.29E: What are the possible values of the magnetic quantum number m1 ? Wh...
 7.29: What are the possible values of the magnetic quantum number m l ? W...
 7.10E: Describe the photoelectric effect. How did experimental observation...
 7.7.3: The first line of the Balmer series occurs at a wavelength of 656.3...
 7.30E: List all the orbitals in each principal level. Specify the three qu...
 7.30: List all the orbitals in each principal level. Specify the three qu...
 7.10SAQ: Which orbital is a d orbital?
 7.7.31: Calculate the wavelength (in nanometers) of a photon emitted by a h...
 7.31E: Explain the difference between a plot showing the probability densi...
 7.31: Explain the difference between a plot showing the probability densi...
 7.7.32: Calculate the frequency (Hz) and wavelength (nm) of the emitted pho...
 7.32E: Make sketches of the general shapes of the s, p, and d orbitals.
 7.32: Make sketches of the general shapes of the s, p, and d orbitals.
 7.33E: List the four different sublevels. Given that only a maximum of two...
 7.7.33: Careful spectral analysis shows that the familiar yellow light of s...
 7.33: List the four different sublevels. Given that only a maximum of two...
 7.34E: Why are atoms usually portrayed as spheres when most orbitals are n...
 7.7.34: An electron in the hydrogen atom makes a transition from an energy ...
 7.34: Why are atoms usually portrayed as spheres when most orbitals are n...
 7.15E: Explain electron diffraction.
 7.35E: The distance from the sun to Earth is 1.496 x 108 km. How long does...
 7.7.35: Explain the statement, Matter and radiation have a dual nature.
 7.35: The distance from the sun to Earth is 1.496 * 108 km. How long does...
 7.37E: List these types of electromagnetic radiation in order of (i) incre...
 7.7.36: How does de Broglies hypothesis account for the fact that the energ...
 7.36: The nearest star to our sun is Proxima Centauri, at a distance of 4...
 7.7.37: Why is Equation (7.8) meaningful only for submicroscopic particles,...
 7.37: List these types of electromagnetic radiation in order of (i) incre...
 7.38E: List these types of electromagnetic radiation in order of (i) incre...
 7.7.38: (a) If a H atom and a He atom are traveling at the same speed, what...
 7.38: List these types of electromagnetic radiation in order of (i) incre...
 7.39E: Calculate the frequency of each wavelength of electromagnetic radia...
 7.39: Calculate the frequency of each wavelength of electromagnetic radia...
 7.7.39: Thermal neutrons are neutrons that move at speeds comparable to tho...
 7.40E: Calculate the wavelength of each frequency of electromagnetic radia...
 7.40: Calculate the wavelength of each frequency of electromagnetic radia...
 7.7.4: Protons can be accelerated to speeds near that of light in particle...
 7.41E: Calculate the energy of a photon of electromagnetic radiation at ea...
 7.41: Calculate the energy of a photon of electromagnetic radiation at ea...
 7.7.41: What is the de Broglie wavelength, in cm, of a 12.4g hummingbird f...
 7.7.42: What is the de Broglie wavelength (in nm) associated with a 2.5g P...
 7.42E: Calculate the energy of a photon of electromagnetic radiation at ea...
 7.42: Calculate the energy of a photon of electromagnetic radiation at ea...
 7.7.43: What are the inadequacies of Bohrs theory?
 7.43E: A laser pulse with wavelength 532 nm contains 3.85 mJ of energy. Ho...
 7.43: A laser pulse with wavelength 532 nm contains 3.85 mJ of energy. Ho...
 7.7.44: What is the Heisenberg uncertainty principle? What is the Schrdinge...
 7.44E: A heat lamp produces 32.8 watts of power at a wavelength of 6.5 ?m....
 7.44: A heat lamp produces 32.8 watts of power at a wavelength of 6.5 mm....
 7.7.45: What is the physical significance of the wave function?
 7.45E: Determine the energy of 1 mol of photons for each kind of light. (A...
 7.45: Determine the energy of 1 mol of photons for each kind of light. (A...
 7.7.46: How is the concept of electron density used to describe the positio...
 7.46E: How much energy is contained in 1 mol of each?a. Xray photons with...
 7.46: How much energy is contained in 1 mol of each? a. Xray photons wit...
 7.7.47: What is an atomic orbital? How does an atomic orbital differ from a...
 7.47E: Sketch the interference pattern that results from the diffraction o...
 7.47: Sketch the interference pattern that results from the diffraction o...
 7.7.48: Describe the shapes of s, p, and d orbitals. How are these orbitals...
 7.48E: What happens to the interference pattern described in if the rate o...
 7.48: What happens to the interference pattern described in if the rate o...
 7.7.49: List the hydrogen orbitals in increasing order of energy
 7.49E: The resolution limit of a microscope is roughly equal to the wavele...
 7.49: The resolution limit of a microscope is roughly equal to the wavele...
 7.7.5: Describe the characteristics of an s orbital, a p orbital, and a d ...
 7.50E: The smallest atoms can themselves exhibit quantum mechanical behav...
 7.50: The smallest atoms can themselves exhibit quantum mechanical behav...
 7.7.51: Why is a boundary surface diagram useful in representing an atomic ...
 7.51E: What is the de Broglie wavelength of an electron traveling at 1.35 ...
 7.51: What is the de Broglie wavelength of an electron traveling at 1.35 ...
 7.7.52: Describe the four quantum numbers used to characterize an electron ...
 7.52E: A proton in a linear accelerator has a de Broglie wavelength of 122...
 7.52: A proton in a linear accelerator has a de Broglie wavelength of 122...
 7.7.53: Which quantum number defines a shell? Which quantum numbers define ...
 7.53E: Calculate the de Broglie wavelength of a 143 g baseball traveling a...
 7.53: Calculate the de Broglie wavelength of a 143 g baseball traveling a...
 7.7.54: Which of the four quantum numbers (n, /, m/, ms) determine (a) the ...
 7.54E: A 0.22caliber handgun fires a 27 g bullet at a velocity of 765 m/s...
 7.54: A 0.22caliber handgun fires a 27 g bullet at a velocity of 765 m>s...
 7.7.55: An electron in a certain atom is in the n 5 2 quantum level. List t...
 7.55: An electron has an uncertainty in its position of 552 pm. What is t...
 7.7.56: An electron in an atom is in the n 5 3 quantum level. List the poss...
 7.56: An electron traveling at 3.7 * 105 m>s has an uncertainty in its ve...
 7.7.57: Give the values of the quantum numbers associated with the followin...
 7.57E: Which electron is. on average, closer to the nucleus: an electron i...
 7.57: Which electron is, on average, closer to the nucleus: an electron i...
 7.7.58: Give the values of the four quantum numbers of an electron in the f...
 7.58E: Which electron is, on average, further from the nucleus: an electro...
 7.58: Which electron is, on average, further from the nucleus: an electro...
 7.7.59: Discuss the similarities and differences between a 1s and a 2s orbital
 7.59E: What are the possible values of I for each value of n?a. 1b. 2c. 3d. 4
 7.59: What are the possible values of l for each value of n ? a. 1 b. 2 c...
 7.7.6: What is the difference between a 2px and a 2py orbital?
 7.60E: What are the possible values of ml for each value of I ?a. 0b. 1c. ...
 7.60: What are the possible values of ml for each value of l ? a. 0 b. 1 ...
 7.7.61: List all the possible subshells and orbitals associated with the pr...
 7.61E: Which set of quantum numbers cannot occur together to specify an or...
 7.61: Which set of quantum numbers cannot occur together to specify an or...
 7.7.62: List all the possible subshells and orbitals associated with the pr...
 7.62E: Which combinations of n and I represent real orbitals and which do ...
 7.62: Which combinations of n and l represent real orbitals and which do ...
 7.7.63: Calculate the total number of electrons that can occupy (a) one s o...
 7.63E: Sketch the 1 s and 2 p orbitals. How would the 2 s and 3 p orbitals...
 7.63: Sketch the 1 s and 2 p orbitals. How would the 2 s and 3 p orbitals...
 7.7.64: What is the total number of electrons that can be held in all orbit...
 7.64E: Sketch the 3 d orbitals. How would the 4 d orbitals differ from the...
 7.64: Sketch the 3 d orbitals. How would the 4 d orbitals differ from the...
 7.7.65: Determine the maximum number of electrons that can be found in each...
 7.65E: An electron in a hydrogen atom is excited with electrical energy to...
 7.65: An electron in a hydrogen atom is excited with electrical energy to...
 7.7.66: Indicate the total number of (a) p electrons in N (Z 5 7); (b) s el...
 7.66E: Determine whether each transition in the hydrogen atom corresponds ...
 7.66: Determine whether each transition in the hydrogen atom corresponds ...
 7.67E: According to the quantummechanical model for the hydrogen atom, wh...
 7.7.67: Make a chart of all allowable orbitals in the first four principal ...
 7.67: According to the quantummechanical model for the hydrogen atom, wh...
 7.68: According to the quantummechanical model for the hydrogen atom, wh...
 7.7.68: Why do the 3s, 3p, and 3d orbitals have the same energy in a hydrog...
 7.69: Calculate the wavelength of the light emitted when an electron in a...
 7.69E: Calculate the wavelength of the light emitted when an electron in a...
 7.7.69: For each of the following pairs of hydrogen orbitals, indicate whic...
 7.70: Calculate the frequency of the light emitted when an electron in a ...
 7.70E: Calculate the frequency of the light emitted when an electron in a ...
 7.7.7: Which orbital in each of the following pairs is lower in energy in ...
 7.71: An electron in the n = 7 level of the hydrogen atom relaxes to a lo...
 7.71E: An electron in the n = 7 level of the hydrogen atom relaxes to a lo...
 7.7.71: What is electron configuration? Describe the roles that the Pauli e...
 7.72: An electron in a hydrogen atom relaxes to the n = 4 level, emitting...
 7.7.72: Explain the meaning of the symbol 4d6 .
 7.72E: An electron in a hydrogen atom relaxes to the n = 4 level, emitting...
 7.73: Ultraviolet radiation and radiation of shorter wavelengths can dama...
 7.7.73: Explain the meaning of diamagnetic and paramagnetic. Give an exampl...
 7.74: The human eye contains a molecule called 11 cis retinal that chan...
 7.7.74: What is meant by the term shielding of electrons in an atom? Using ...
 7.74E: The human eye contains a molecule called 11 cis retinal that chan...
 7.75: An argon ion laser puts out 5.0 W of continuous power at a waveleng...
 7.7.75: Indicate which of the following sets of quantum numbers in an atom ...
 7.55E: An electron has an uncertainty in its position of 552 pm. What is t...
 7.75E: An argon ion laser puts out 5.0 W of continuous power at a waveleng...
 7.76: A green leaf has a surface area of 2.50 cm2 . If solar radiation is...
 7.56E: An electron traveling at 3.7 x 105 m/s has an uncertainty in its ve...
 7.7.76: The groundstate electron configurations listed here are incorrect....
 7.76E: A green leaf has a surface area of 2.50 cm2. If solar radiation is ...
 7.77: In a technique used for surface analysis called Auger electron spec...
 7.7.77: The atomic number of an element is 73. Is this element diamagnetic ...
 7.77E: In a technique used for surface analysis called Auger electron spec...
 7.78: An Xray photon of wavelength 0.989 nm strikes a surface. The emitt...
 7.7.78: Indicate the number of unpaired electrons present in each of the fo...
 7.78E: An Xray photon of wavelength 0.989 nm strikes a surface. The emitt...
 7.79: Ionization involves completely removing an electron from an atom. H...
 7.7.79: State the Aufbau principle and explain the role it plays in classif...
 7.79AE: Group Trends in Metals and Nonmetals (Sections) Write a balanced eq...
 7.80: The energy required to ionize sodium is 496 kJ>mol. What minimum fr...
 7.7.8: Describe the characteristics of the following groups of elements: t...
 7.82AE: As we move across a period of the periodic table, why do the sizes ...
 7.81: Suppose that in an alternate universe, the possible values of l wer...
 7.7.81: What is the noble gas core? How does it simplify the writing of ele...
 7.83AE: In the series of group 5A hydrides, of general formula MH3, the mea...
 7.82: Suppose that, in an alternate universe, the possible values of ml a...
 7.7.82: What are the group and period of the element osmium?
 7.84AE: In Table the bonding atomic radius of neon is listed as 0.58 A. whe...
 7.83: An atomic emission spectrum of hydrogen shows three wavelengths: 18...
 7.7.83: Define the following terms and give an example of each: transition ...
 7.85AE: The Asâ€”As bond length in elemental arsenic is 2.48 A. The Clâ€”Cl bon...
 7.84: An atomic emission spectrum of hydrogen shows three wavelengths: 12...
 7.7.84: Explain why the groundstate electron configurations of Cr and Cu a...
 7.86AE: The following observations are made about two hypothetical elements...
 7.85: The binding energy of electrons in a metal is 193 kJ>mol. Find the ...
 7.7.85: Explain what is meant by a noble gas core. Write the electron confi...
 7.87AE: Elements in group 7 A in the periodic table are called the halogens...
 7.86: In order for a thermonuclear fusion reaction of two deuterons 12 1H...
 7.7.86: Comment on the correctness of the following statement: The probabil...
 7.88AE: Note from the following table that there is a significant increase ...
 7.87: The speed of sound in air is 344 m>s at room temperature. The lowes...
 7.7.87: Use the Aufbau principle to obtain the groundstate electron config...
 7.89AE: (a) Which ion is smaller, Co3+ or Co+? (b) In a lithiumion battery...
 7.88: The distance from Earth to the sun is 1.5 * 108 km. Find the number...
 7.7.88: Use the Aufbau principle to obtain the groundstate electron config...
 7.80AE: Consider the stable elements through lead (Z = 82). In how many ins...
 7.89: The iodine molecule can be photodissociated into iodine atoms in th...
 7.7.89: Write the groundstate electron configurations for the following el...
 7.81AE: Figure shows the radial probability distribution functions for the ...
 7.90: A 5.00 mL ampule of a 0.100 M solution of naphthalene in hexane is ...
 7.7.9: Write the groundstate electron configurations for the following el...
 7.91: A laser produces 20.0 mW of red light. In 1.00 hr, the laser emits ...
 7.7.91: The electron configuration of a neutral atom is 1s 2 2s 2 2p6 3s 2 ...
 7.92: A particular laser consumes 150.0 watts of electrical power and pro...
 7.7.92: Which of the following species has the most unpaired electrons? S1,...
 7.93: An electron confined to a onedimensional box has energy levels giv...
 7.7.93: A sample tube consisted of atomic hydrogens in their ground state. ...
 7.94: The energy of a vibrating molecule is quantized much like the energ...
 7.7.94: A laser produces a beam of light with a wavelength of 532 nm. If th...
 7.95: The wave functions for the 1 s and 2 s orbitals are as follows: 1s ...
 7.7.95: When a compound containing cesium ion is heated in a Bunsen burner ...
 7.96: Before quantum mechanics was developed, Johannes Rydberg developed ...
 7.7.96: Discuss the current view of the correctness of the following statem...
 7.97: Find the velocity of an electron emitted by a metal whose threshold...
 7.7.97: What is the basis for thinking that atoms are spherical in shape ev...
 7.98: Water is exposed to infrared radiation of wavelength 2.8 * 104 cm....
 7.7.98: What is the maximum number of electrons in an atom that can have th...
 7.99: The 2005 Nobel Prize in physics was given, in part, to scientists w...
 7.7.99: Identify the following individuals and their contributions to the d...
 7.100: A metal whose threshold frequency is 6.71 * 1014 s1 emits an elect...
 7.7.1: What properties of electrons are used in the operation of an electr...
 7.101: Find the longest wavelength of a wave that can travel around in a c...
 7.7.101: In a photoelectric experiment a student uses a light source whose f...
 7.102: The heat of fusion of ice is 6.00 kJ>mol. Find the number of photon...
 7.7.102: A certain pitchers fastballs have been clocked at about 100 mph. (a...
 7.103: Explain the difference between the Bohr model for the hydrogen atom...
 7.7.103: A student carried out a photoelectric experiment by shining visible...
 7.7.104: (a) What is the lowest possible value of the principal quantum numb...
 7.104: The light emitted from one of the following electronic transitions ...
 7.7.105: Considering only the groundstate electron configuration, are there...
 7.105: Determine whether an interference pattern is observed on the other ...
 7.7.106: A ruby laser produces radiation of wavelength 633 nm in pulses whos...
 7.106: Which transition in the hydrogen atom will result in emitted light ...
 7.7.107: A 368g sample of water absorbs infrared radiation at 1.06 3 104 nm...
 7.7.108: Photodissociation of water H2O(l) 1 hn H2(g) 1 1 2O2(g) has been su...
 7.7.109: Spectral lines of the Lyman and Balmer series do not overlap. Verif...
 7.7.11: An atom moving at its rootmeansquare speed at 208C has a waveleng...
 7.7.111: Certain sunglasses have small crystals of silver chloride (AgCl) in...
 7.7.112: The He1 ion contains only one electron and is therefore a hydrogenl...
 7.7.113: Ozone (O3) in the stratosphere absorbs the harmful radiation from t...
 7.7.114: The retina of a human eye can detect light when radiant energy inci...
 7.7.115: A helium atom and a xenon atom have the same kinetic energy. Calcul...
 7.7.116: A laser is used in treating retina detachment. The wavelength of th...
 7.7.117: An electron in an excited state in a hydrogen atom can return to th...
 7.13: Paragraph 30 concludes, But none of this damage touches the best pa...
 7.7.118: A photoelectric experiment was performed by separately shining a la...
 7.14: How effective is the rhetorical question that concludes paragraph 36?
 7.7.119: Draw the shapes (boundary surfaces) of the following orbitals: (a) ...
 7.15: Crawford concludes that the economy will be improved by enlightened...
 7.7.12: The electron configurations described in this chapter all refer to ...
 7.16: In an interview about his book Shop Class as Soulcraft: An Inquiry ...
 7.7.121: Draw orbital diagrams for atoms with the following electron configu...
 7.7.122: If Rutherford and his coworkers had used electrons instead of alpha...
 7.7.123: Scientists have found interstellar hydrogen atoms with quantum numb...
 7.7.124: Calculate the wavelength of a helium atom whose speed is equal to t...
 7.7.125: Ionization energy is the minimum energy required to remove an elect...
 7.7.126: An electron in a hydrogen atom is excited from the ground state to ...
 7.108AE: We will see in Chapter that semiconductors are materials that condu...
 7.7.127: The ionization energy of a certain element is 412 kJ/mol (see 7.125...
 7.110IE: 110IE
 7.7.128: Alveoli are the tiny sacs of air in the lungs (see 5.136) whose ave...
 7.111IE: One way to measure ionization energies is ultraviolet photoelectron...
 7.7.129: How many photons at 660 nm must be absorbed to melt 5.0 3 102 g of ...
 7.7.13: Shown are portions of orbital diagrams representing the groundstat...
 7.7.131: The UV light that is responsible for tanning the skin falls in the ...
 7.7.132: The sun is surrounded by a white circle of gaseous material called ...
 7.7.133: In 1996 physicists created an antiatom of hydrogen. In such an ato...
 7.7.134: Use Equation (5.16) to calculate the de Broglie wavelength of a N2 ...
 7.7.135: When an electron makes a transition between energy levels of a hydr...
 7.7.136: In an electron microscope, electrons are accelerated by passing the...
 7.7.137: A microwave oven operating at 1.22 3 108 nm is used to heat 150 mL ...
 7.7.138: The radioactive Co60 isotope is used in nuclear medicine to treat ...
 7.7.139: (a) An electron in the ground state of the hydrogen atom moves at a...
 7.7.14: One wavelength in the hydrogen emission spectrum is 1280 nm. What a...
 7.7.141: Owls have good night vision because their eyes can detect a light i...
 7.7.142: For hydrogenlike ions, that is, ions containing only one electron, ...
 7.7.143: When two atoms collide, some of their kinetic energy may be convert...
 7.7.144: Calculate the energies needed to remove an electron from the n 5 1 ...
 7.7.145: The de Broglie wavelength of an accelerating proton in the Large Ha...
 7.7.146: The minimum uncertainty in the position of a certain moving particl...
 7.7.147: According to Einsteins special theory of relativity, the mass of a ...
 7.7.148: The mathematical equation for studying the photoelectric effect is ...
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Anomeric carbon
The hemiacetal or acetal carbon of the cyclic form of a carbohydrate

Anomers
Carbohydrates that differ in confi guration only at their anomeric carbons.

Arrhenius equation
An equation that relates the rate constant for a reaction to the frequency factor, A, the activation energy, Ea, and the temperature, T: k = AeEa>RT. In its logarithmic form it is written ln k = Ea>RT + ln A. (Section 14.5)

atomic weight
The average mass of the atoms of an element in atomic mass units (amu); it is numerically equal to the mass in grams of one mole of the element. (Section 2.4)

biodegradable polymers
Polymers that can be broken down by enzymes produced by soil microorganisms.

boiling point.
The temperature at which the vapor pressure of a liquid is equal to the external atmospheric pressure. (11.8)

carboxylic acids.
Acids that contain the carboxyl group â€”COOH. (24.4)

cation
A positively charged ion. (Section 2.7)

chlorophyll
A plant pigment that plays a major role in conversion of solar energy to chemical energy in photosynthesis. (Section 23.3)

degenerate
A situation in which two or more orbitals have the same energy. (Section 6.7)

eliminationaddition
A reaction that occurs between chlorobenzene and either NaOH (at high temperature) or NaNH2.

Meta (m)
Refers to groups occupying 1,3positions on a benzene ring.

nonpolar covalent bond
A covalent bond in which the electrons are shared equally. (Section 8.4) normal boiling point The boiling point at 1 atm pressure. (Section 11.5)

Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy
A spectroscopic technique that gives information about the number and types of atoms in a molecule, for example, hydrogens (1 H!NMR) and carbons (13C!NMR)

nucleophilic aromatic substitution
A substitution reaction in which an aromatic ring is attacked by a nucleophile, which replaces a leaving group.

protecting group
A group that is used during synthesis to protect a functional group from the reaction conditions.

quintet
In NMR spectroscopy, a signal that is comprised of five peaks.

secondary structure
The manner in which a protein is coiled or stretched. (Section 24.7)

spin magnetic quantum number 1ms2
A quantum number associated with the electron spin; it may have values of +12 or 12. (Section 6.7)

Vibrational infrared region
A common type of spinspin coupling involving the H atoms on two C atoms that are bonded to each other.