 37.37.1: Estimate the peak wavelength for radiation from (a) iceat 273K, (ib...
 37.37.2: How hot is metal being welded if it radiates moststrongly at 460 nm?
 37.37.3: An HC1 molecule vibrates with a natural frequency of8.1 X 1013 Hz. ...
 37.37.4: Estimate the peak wavelength of light issuing from thepupil of the ...
 37.37.5: Plancks radiation law is given by:where /(A, T) is the rate energy ...
 37.37.6: What is the energy of photons (in joules) emitted by a104.1MHz FM ...
 37.37.7: What is the energy range (in joules and eV) of photonsin the visibl...
 37.37.8: A typical gamma ray emitted from a nucleus duringradioactive decay ...
 37.37.9: About 0.1 eV is required to break a hydrogen bond ina protein molec...
 37.37.10: Calculate the momentum of a photon of yellow light ofwavelength 6.2...
 37.37.11: What minimum frequency of light is needed to ejectelectrons from a ...
 37.37.12: What is the longest wavelength of light that will emitelectrons fro...
 37.37.13: What wavelength photon would have the same energyas a 145gram base...
 37.37.14: The human eye can respond to as little as 1018 J of lightenergy. F...
 37.37.15: The work functions for sodium, cesium, copper, andiron are 2.3, 2.1...
 37.37.16: In a photoelectriceffect experiment it is observed thatno current ...
 37.37.17: What is the maximum kinetic energy of electronsejected from barium ...
 37.37.18: Barium has a work function of 2.48 eV. What is themaximum kinetic e...
 37.37.19: When UV light of wavelength 285 nm falls on a metalsurface, the max...
 37.37.20: The threshold wavelength for emission of electronsfrom a given surf...
 37.37.21: When 230nm light falls on a metal, the current through aphotoelect...
 37.37.22: A certain type of film is sensitive only to light whosewavelength i...
 37.37.23: The range of visible light wavelengths extends fromabout 410 nm to ...
 37.37.24: In a photoelectric experiment using a clean sodiumsurface, the maxi...
 37.37.25: A photomultiplier tube (a very sensitive light sensor), isbased on ...
 37.37.26: A group of atoms is confined to a very small (pointlike)volume in ...
 37.37.27: Assume light of wavelength A is incident on a metalsurface, whose w...
 37.37.28: A highfrequency photon is scattered off of an electronand experien...
 37.37.29: Determine the Compton wavelength for (a) an electron,(b) a proton, ...
 37.37.30: Xrays of wavelength A = 0.120 nm are scattered fromcarbon. What is...
 37.37.31: In the Compton effect, determine the ratio (AA/A) ofthe maximum cha...
 37.37.32: A 1.0MeV gammaray photon undergoes a sequence ofComptonscatterin...
 37.37.33: In the Compton effect, a 0.160nm photon strikes afree electron in ...
 37.37.34: In the Compton effect (see Fig. 377), use the relativisticequation...
 37.37.35: How much total kinetic energy will an electronpositronpair have if...
 37.37.36: What is the longest wavelength photon that couldproduce a protonan...
 37.37.37: What is the minimum photon energy needed to producea /jl+  pair? T...
 37.37.38: An electron and a positron, each moving at2.0 X 105 m/s, collide he...
 37.37.39: A gammaray photon produces an electron and apositron, each with a ...
 37.37.40: Calculate the wavelength of a 0.23kg ball traveling at0.10 m/s.
 37.37.41: What is the wavelength of a neutron (ra = 1.67 X 10_27kg)traveling ...
 37.37.42: Through how many volts of potential difference must anelectron be a...
 37.37.43: What is the theoretical limit of resolution for an electronmicrosco...
 37.37.44: The speed of an electron in a particle accelerator is0.98c. Find it...
 37.37.45: Calculate the ratio of the kinetic energy of an electronto that of ...
 37.37.46: Neutrons can be used in diffraction experiments toprobe the lattice...
 37.37.47: An electron has a de Broglie wavelengthA = 6.0 X IO10 m. (a) What ...
 37.37.48: What is the wavelength of an electron of energy (a) 20 eV,(b) 200 e...
 37.37.49: Show that if an electron and a proton have the samenonrelativistic ...
 37.37.50: Calculate the de Broglie wavelength of an electron ina TV picture t...
 37.37.51: After passing through two slits separated by a distanceof 3.0 /mi, ...
 37.37.52: What voltage is needed to produce electron wavelengthsof 0.28 nm? (...
 37.37.53: Electrons are accelerated by 3450 V in an electronmicroscope. Estim...
 37.37.54: For the three hydrogen transitions indicated below,with n being the...
 37.37.55: How much energy is needed to ionize a hydrogen atomin the n = 3 state?
 37.37.56: (a) Determine the wavelength of the second Balmer line(n = 4 to n =...
 37.37.57: Calculate the ionization energy of doubly ionizedlithium, Li2+, whi...
 37.37.58: Evaluate the Rydberg constant R using the Bohr model(compare Eqs. 3...
 37.37.59: What is the longest wavelength light capable of ionizinga hydrogen ...
 37.37.60: In the Sun, an ionized helium (He+) atom makes a transitionfrom the...
 37.37.61: What wavelength photon would be required to ionize ahydrogen atom i...
 37.37.62: For what maximum kinetic energy is a collision between anelectron a...
 37.37.63: Construct the energylevel diagram for the He+ ion(like Fig. 3726).
 37.37.64: Construct the energylevel diagram (like Fig. 3726) fordoubly ioni...
 37.37.65: Determine the electrostatic potential energy and thekinetic energy ...
 37.37.66: An excited hydrogen atom could, in principle, have adiameter of 0.1...
 37.37.67: Is the use of nonrelativistic formulas justified in theBohr atom? T...
 37.37.68: A hydrogen atom has an angular momentum of5.273 X 1034 kg m2/s. Ac...
 37.37.69: Assume hydrogen atoms in a gas are initially in theirground state. ...
 37.37.70: Suppose an electron was bound to a proton, as in thehydrogen atom, ...
 37.37.71: Correspondence principle: Show that for large valuesof n, the diffe...
 37.37.72: If a 75W lightbulb emits 3.0% of the input energy as visiblelight ...
 37.37.73: At low temperatures, nearly all the atoms in hydrogen gaswill be in...
 37.37.74: A beam of 125eV electrons is scattered from a crystal, as inXray ...
 37.37.75: A microwave oven produces electromagnetic radiation atA = 12.2 cm a...
 37.37.76: Sunlight reaching the Earth has an intensity of about1350 W/m2. Est...
 37.37.77: A beam of red laser light (A = 633 nm) hits a black walland is full...
 37.37.78: The Big Bang theory states that the beginning of theuniverse was ac...
 37.37.79: An electron and a positron collide head on, annihilate, andcreate t...
 37.37.80: By what potential difference must (a) a proton (m =1.67 X 1027 kg)...
 37.37.81: In some of Rutherfords experiments (Fig. 3717) thea particles (mas...
 37.37.82: Show that the magnitude of the electrostatic potentialenergy of an ...
 37.37.83: Calculate the ratio of the gravitational force to the electricforce...
 37.37.84: Electrons accelerated by a potential difference of 12.3 Vpass throu...
 37.37.85: In a particular photoelectric experiment, a stopping potentialof 2....
 37.37.86: In an Xray tube (see Fig. 3526 and discussion inSection 3510), t...
 37.37.87: The intensity of the Suns light in the vicinity of Earth isabout 13...
 37.37.88: Photons of energy 9.0 eV are incident on a metal. It is foundthat c...
 37.37.89: Light of wavelength 360 nm strikes a metal whose workfunction is 2....
 37.37.90: Visible light incident on a diffraction grating with slitspacing of...
 37.37.91: (a) Suppose an unknown element has an absorption spectrumwith lines...
 37.37.92: Light of wavelength 424 nm falls on a metal which has awork functio...
 37.37.93: Apply Bohrs assumptions to the EarthMoon system tocalculate the al...
 37.37.94: Show that the wavelength of a particle of mass rawith kinetic energ...
 37.37.95: A small flashlight is rated at 3.0 W. As the light leaves theflashl...
 37.37.96: At the atomicscale, the electron volt and nanometer arewellsuited...
 37.37.97: Three fundamental constants of naturethe gravitationalconstant G, P...
 37.37.98: Imagine a free particle of mass ra bouncing back and forthbetween t...
 37.37.99: (a) A rubidium atom (ra = 85 u) is at rest with one electronin an e...
 37.37.100: A rubidium atom (atomic mass 85) is initially at room temperaturean...
 37.37.101: (a) Graph Plancks radiation formula (top of page 989)as a function ...
 37.37.102: Estimate what % of emitted sunlight energy is in thevisible range. ...
 37.37.103: Potassium has one of the lowest work functions of allmetals and so ...
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