 29.1CQ: A neon discharge emits a bright reddishorange spectrum. But a glas...
 29.1P: Figure 29.2 and Table 29.1 showed the wavelengths of the first four...
 29.2CQ: The two spectra shown in Figure Q29.2 belong to the same element, a...
 29.3CQ: Is a spectral line with wavelength 656 nm seen in the absorption sp...
 29.2P: The wavelengths in the hydrogen spectrum with m = 1 form a series o...
 29.3P: The Paschen series is analogous to the Balmer series, but with m = ...
 29.4CQ: J. J. Thomson studied the ionization of atoms in collisions with el...
 29.4P: How many electrons, protons, and neutrons are contained in the foll...
 29.5CQ: Bohr did not include the gravitational force in his analysis of the...
 29.5P: How many electrons, protons, and neutrons are contained in the foll...
 29.6CQ: If an electron is in a stationary state of an atom, is the electron...
 29.6P: Write the symbol for an atom or ion with:a. four electrons, four pr...
 29.7CQ: The n = 3 state of hydrogen has .a. Why is the energy negative?b. W...
 29.7P: Write the symbol for an atom or ion with:a. three electrons, three ...
 29.8CQ: For a hydrogen atom, list all possible states that have E = 1.51 eV.
 29.9CQ: What are the n and l values of the following states of a hydrogen a...
 29.8P: Figure P29.8 is an energy level diagram for a simple atom. What wav...
 29.10CQ: How would you label the hydrogenatom states with the following (n,...
 29.9P: An electron with 2.0 eV of kinetic energy collides with the atom wh...
 29.10P: The allowed energies of a simple atom are 0.0 eV, 4.0 eV, and 6.0 e...
 29.11CQ: Consider the two hydrogenatom states 5d and 4f. Which has the high...
 29.11P: The allowed energies of a simple atom are 0.0 eV, 4.0 eV, and 6.0 e...
 29.12CQ: Does each diagram in Figure 12 represent a possible electron config...
 29.12P: A researcher observes hydrogen emitting photons of energy 1.89 eV. ...
 29.13CQ: Do the following electron configurations represent a possible state...
 29.13P: A hydrogen atom is in the n = 3 state. In the Bohr model, how many ...
 29.14CQ: Why is the section of the periodic table labeled as “transition ele...
 29.14P: A hydrogen atom is in its n = 1 state. In the Bohr model, what is t...
 29.15CQ: An electron is in an f state. Can it undergo a quantum jump to an s...
 29.15P: Show, by actual calculation, mat me Bohr radius is 0.0529 nm and th...
 29.16CQ: Figure Q29.17 shows the energylevel diagram of Element X.a. What i...
 29.16P: a. What quantum number of the hydrogen atom comes closest to giving...
 29.17CQ: a. Which states of a hydrogen atom can be excited by a collision wi...
 29.17P: a. Calculate the de Broglie wavelength of the electron in the n = 1...
 29.18CQ: What is an atom’s ionization energy? In other words, if you know th...
 29.18P: Show, by calculation, that the first three states of the hydrogen a...
 29.19CQ: Figure Q29.20 shows the energy levels of a hypothetical atom.a. Wha...
 29.19P: Determine all possible wavelengths of photons that can be emitted f...
 29.20CQ: Seven possible transitions are identified on the energylevel diagr...
 29.20P: List the quantum numbers of (a) all possible 3p states and (b) all ...
 29.21CQ: A 2.0 eV photon is incident on an atom in the p state, as shown in ...
 29.21P: When all quantum numbers are considered, how many different quantum...
 29.22CQ: A glass tube contains , some of which are in the ground state and s...
 29.22P: What is the angular momentum of a hydrogen atom in (a) a 4p state a...
 29.23P: A hydrogen atom has orbital angular momentum 3.65 × 10?34J · s.a. W...
 29.23MCQ: An electron collides with an atom in its ground state. The atom the...
 29.24MCQ: How many states are in the l = 4 subshell?A. 8B. 9C. 16D. 18E. 22
 29.24P: A hydrogen atom is in the 5p state. Determine (a) its energy, (b) i...
 29.25MCQ: What is the groundstate electron configuration of calcium (Z = 20)?
 29.25P: The angular momentum of a hydrogen atom is . What is the minimum en...
 29.26MCQ: An atom emits a photon with a wavelength of 275 nm. By how much doe...
 29.26P: Predict the groundstate electron configurations of Mg, Sr, and Ba.
 29.27MCQ: The energy of a hydrogen atom is 3.40 eV. What is the electron’s k...
 29.27P: Predict the groundstate electron configurations of Si, Ge, and Pb.
 29.28MCQ: The angular momentum of an electron in a Bohr hydrogen atom is . Wh...
 29.28P: Identify the element for each of these electron configurations. The...
 29.29MCQ: A “soft xray” photon with an energy of 41.8 eV is absorbed by a hy...
 29.29P: a. With what element is the 3s subshell first completely filled?b. ...
 29.30P: Identify the element for each of these electron configurations. The...
 29.31P: Explain what is wrong with these electron configurations:
 29.32P: Which has higher energy: an electron in the 4f state or an electron...
 29.33P: An electron with a speed of collides with an atom. The collision ex...
 29.34P: Hydrogen gas absorbs light of wavelength 103 nm. Afterward, what wa...
 29.35P: What is the longest wavelength of light that can excite the 4s stat...
 29.36P: An electron with a kinetic energy of 3.90 eV collides with a sodium...
 29.37P: a. Is a 4p? 4s transition allowed in sodium? If so, what is its wav...
 29.38P: Figure P29.38 shows a molecular energylevel diagram.What are the l...
 29.39P: The molecule whose energylevel diagram is shown in Figure P29.38 i...
 29.40P: A 1000 W carbon dioxide laser emits an infrared laser beam with a w...
 29.41P: A 1.00 mW heliumneon laser emits a visible laser beam with a wavel...
 29.42P: In LASIK surgery, a laser is used to reshape the cornea of the eye ...
 29.43P: A ruby laser emits an intense pulse of light that lasts a mere 10 n...
 29.44GP: A 2.55 eV photon is emitted from a hydrogen atom. What are the Balm...
 29.45GP: Two of the wavelengths emitted by a hydrogen atom are 102.6 nm and ...
 29.46GP: In Example 29.2 it was assumed that the initially stationary gold n...
 29.47GP: Consider the gold isotope .a. How many electrons, protons, and neut...
 29.48GP: Consider the lead isotope .a. How many electrons, protons, and neut...
 29.49GP: The diameter of an atom is and the diameter of its nucleus is . Wha...
 29.50GP: The chargetomass ratio of a nucleus, in units of e/u, is q/m = Z/...
 29.51GP: If the nucleus is a few fm in diameter, the distance between the ce...
 29.52GP: In a headon collision, the closest approach of a 6.24 MeV alpha pa...
 29.53GP: A 20 MeV alpha particle is fired toward a nucleus. It follows the p...
 29.54GP: The oxygen nucleus has a radius of 3.0 fm.a. With what speed must a...
 29.55GP: The absorption spectrum of an atom consists of the wavelengths 200 ...
 29.56GP: The first three energy levels of the fictitious element X are shown...
 29.57GP: A simple atom has four lines in its absorption spectrum. Ignoring a...
 29.58GP: A simple atom has only two absorption lines, at 250 nm and 600 nm. ...
 29.59GP: What is the wavelength of the series limit (i.e., the shortest poss...
 29.60GP: What is the energy of a Bohr hydrogen atom with a 5.18 nm diameter?
 29.61GP: A hydrogen atom in the ground state absorbs a 12.75 eV photon. Imme...
 29.62GP: a. Calculate the orbital radius and the speed of an electron in bot...
 29.63GP: Two hydrogen atoms collide headon. The collision brings both atoms...
 29.64GP: A beam of electrons is incident on a gas of hydrogen atoms.a. What ...
 29.65GP: A hydrogen atom in its fourth excited state emits a photon with a w...
 29.66GP: A particular emission line in the hydrogen spectrum has a wavelengt...
 29.67GP: a. What downward transitions are possible for a sodium atom in the ...
 29.68GP: The 5d? 3p transition in the emission spectrum of sodium (see Figur...
 29.69GP: A sodium atom (see Figure 29.24) emits a photon with wavelength 818...
 29.70GP: Figure P29.72 shows a few energy levels of the mercury atom. One va...
 29.71GP: Figure P29.73 shows the first few energy levels of the lithium atom...
 29.72GP: A laser emits photons per second from an excited state with energy ...
 29.73GP: Fluorescence microscopy, discussed in Section 29.8, is an important...
 29.74PP: LightEmitting DiodesLightemitting diodes, known by the acronym LE...
 29.75PP: LightEmitting DiodesLightemitting diodes, known by the acronym LE...
 29.76PP: LightEmitting DiodesLightemitting diodes, known by the acronym LE...
 29.77PP: LightEmitting DiodesLightemitting diodes, known by the acronym LE...
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