 39.39.1: For n = 7, what values can have?
 39.39.2: For n = 6, = 3, what are the possible values of miand msl
 39.39.3: How many different states are possible for an electronwhose princip...
 39.39.4: If a hydrogen atom has mi = 4 , what are the possiblevalues of n, ...
 39.39.5: A hydrogen atom has = 5. What are the possiblevalues for n, m i, an...
 39.39.6: Calculate the magnitude of the angular momentum of anelectron in th...
 39.39.7: A hydrogen atom is in the Ig state. Determine (a) theprincipal quan...
 39.39.8: (a) Show that the number of different states possiblefor a given va...
 39.39.9: Show that the number of different electron statespossible for a giv...
 39.39.10: An excited H atom is in a 5d state, (a) Name all thestates to which...
 39.39.11: The magnitude of the orbital angular momentum inan excited state of...
 39.39.12: Show that the groundstate wave function, Eq. 395, isnormalized. [...
 39.39.13: For the ground state of hydrogen, what is the value of() i/j, (b) \...
 39.39.14: For the n = 2, = 0 state of hydrogen, what is thevalue of (a) if/, ...
 39.39.15: By what factor is it more likely to find the electron inthe ground ...
 39.39.16: (a) Show that the probability of finding the electron inthe ground ...
 39.39.17: Determine the radius r of a sphere centered on thenucleus within wh...
 39.39.18: (a) Estimate the probability of finding an electron, inthe ground s...
 39.39.19: Show that the mean value of r for an electron in theground state of...
 39.39.20: Show that 1A200 as given by Eq. 398 is normalized.
 39.39.21: Determine the average radial probability distribution Prfor the n =...
 39.39.22: Use the result of to show that the mostprobable distance r from the...
 39.39.23: For the ground state of hydrogen, what is the probabilityof finding...
 39.39.24: For the n = 2, = 0 state of hydrogen, what is theprobability of fin...
 39.39.25: Show that i//100 (Eq. 395a) satisfies the Schrodingerequation (Eq....
 39.39.26: Show that the probability of finding the electron within1 Bohr radi...
 39.39.27: The wave function for the n = 3, = 0 state inhydrogen is1 / 2r 2r2 ...
 39.39.28: List the quantum numbers for each electron in theground state of ox...
 39.39.29: List the quantum numbers for each electron in the groundstate of (a...
 39.39.30: How many electrons can be in the n = 6, = 4 subshell?
 39.39.31: An electron has mt = 2 and is in its lowest possibleenergy state. W...
 39.39.32: If the principal quantum number n were limited to the rangefrom 1 t...
 39.39.33: What is the full electron configuration for (a) nickel (Ni),(b) sil...
 39.39.34: Estimate the binding energy of the third electron inlithium using B...
 39.39.35: Using the Bohr formula for the radius of an electronorbit, estimate...
 39.39.36: Let us apply the exclusion principle to an infinitely highsquare we...
 39.39.37: Show that the total angular momentum is zero for afilled subshell.
 39.39.38: If the shortestwavelength bremsstrahlung Xraysemitted from an Xr...
 39.39.39: What are the shortestwavelength Xrays emitted byelectrons strikin...
 39.39.40: I) Show that the cutoff wavelength A0 in an Xray spectrumis given ...
 39.39.41: Estimate the wavelength for an n = 2 to n = 1transition in iron (Z ...
 39.39.42: Use the result of Example 396 to estimate the Xraywavelength emit...
 39.39.43: A mixture of iron and an unknown material arebombarded with electro...
 39.39.44: Use Bohr theory to estimate the wavelength for ann = 3 to n = 1 tra...
 39.39.45: Use conservation of energy and momentum to show thata moving electr...
 39.39.46: Verify that the Bohr magneton has the valuexB = 9.27 X 1024 J/T (s...
 39.39.47: If the quantum state of an electron is specified by(n, , mg, ms), e...
 39.39.48: Silver atoms (spin = ) are placed in a 1.0T magneticfield which sp...
 39.39.49: In a SternGerlach experiment, Ag atoms exit the ovenwith an averag...
 39.39.50: For an electron in a 5g state, what are all the possiblevalues of j...
 39.39.51: What are the possible values of j for an electron in(a) the Ap, (b)...
 39.39.52: (a) Write down the quantum numbers for each electronin the gallium ...
 39.39.53: The difference between the 2P3/2 and 2P1/2 energylevels in hydrogen...
 39.39.54: A laser used to weld detached retinas puts out 23mslongpulses of 6...
 39.39.55: Estimate the angular spread of a laser beam due todiffraction if th...
 39.39.56: A lowpower laser used in a physics lab might have apower of 0.50 m...
 39.39.57: Calculate the wavelength of a HeNe laser.
 39.39.58: Suppose that the energy level system in Fig. 3920 isnot being pump...
 39.39.59: To what temperature would the system in Fig. 3920have to be raised...
 39.39.60: Show that a population inversion for two levels (as in apumped lase...
 39.39.61: The ionization (binding) energy of the outermost electronin boron i...
 39.39.62: How many electrons can there be in an h subshell?
 39.39.63: What is the fu ll electron configuration in the ground statefor ele...
 39.39.64: What are the largest and smallest possible values for theangular mo...
 39.39.65: Estimate (a) the quantum number for the orbital angularmomentum of ...
 39.39.66: Use the Bohr theory (especially Eq. 3715) to show that theMoseley ...
 39.39.67: Determine the most probable distance from the nucleus ofan electron...
 39.39.68: Show that the diffractive spread of a laser beam, A/D asdescribed i...
 39.39.69: In the socalled vector model of the atom, space quantizationof ang...
 39.39.70: The vector model ( 69) gives some insight into theuncertainty princ...
 39.39.71: (a) Show that the mean value for 1/r of an electron inthe ground st...
 39.39.72: The angular momentum in the hydrogen atom is given bothby the Bohr ...
 39.39.73: For each of the following atomic transitions, state whetherthe tran...
 39.39.74: It is possible for atoms to be excited into states with very highva...
 39.39.75: Suppose that the spectrum of an unknown element shows aseries of li...
 39.39.76: Suppose that the splitting of energy levels shown inFig. 394 was p...
 39.39.77: Populations in the H atom. Use the Boltzmann factor(Eq. 3916) to e...
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