 41.41.1: What is the quantum model of hydrogen?
 41.41.2: How do multielectron atoms differ?
 41.41.3: What determines an atoms spectrum
 41.41.4: How does a laser work?
 41.41.5: Why is atomic physics important?
 41.41.6: List all possible states of a hydrogen atom that have energy E = 3...
 41.41.7: What are the quantum numbers n and l for a hydrogen atom with E = ...
 41.41.8: What is the angle between L u and the zaxis for a hydrogen atom in...
 41.41.9: How many maxima will there be in a graph of the radial probability ...
 41.41.10: Show that an electron in the 2p state is most likely to be found at...
 41.41.11: Can the spin angular momentum vector lie in the xyplane? Why or wh...
 41.41.12: Predict the groundstate electron configuration of arsenic.
 41.41.13: Is the electron configuration 1s2 2s2 2p4 3s a groundstate configu...
 41.41.14: What is the longest wavelength in the absorption spectrum of hydrog...
 41.41.15: In this hypothetical atom, what is the photon energy Ephoton of the...
 41.41.16: What is the longest wavelength in the absorption spectrum of sodium...
 41.41.17: An equal number of excited A atoms and excited B atoms are created ...
 41.41.18: Can an electron traveling at 2.0 * 106 m/s cause a hydrogen atom to...
 41.41.19: The mercury atom has two valence electrons. One is always in the 6s...
 41.41.20: An ultraviolet laser generates a 10 MW, 5.0nslong light pulse at ...
 41.41.21: What is the probability that a 1s hydrogen electron is found at a d...
 41.41.22: Consider the three hydrogenatom states 6p, 5d, and 4f. Which has t...
 41.41.23: What is the difference between the probability density and the radi...
 41.41.24: What is the difference between l and L?
 41.41.25: What is the difference between s and S?
 41.41.26: FIGURE Q41.5 shows the outcome of a SternGerlach experiment with a...
 41.41.27: Does each of the configurations in FIGURE Q41.6 represent a possibl...
 41.41.28: What is an atoms ionization energy? In other words, if you know the...
 41.41.29: Figure 41.22 shows that the ionization energy of cadmium 1Z = 482 i...
 41.41.30: A neon discharge tube emits a bright reddishorange spectrum, but a...
 41.41.31: The hydrogen atom 1s wave function is a maximum at r = 0. But the 1...
 41.41.32: In a multielectron atom, the lowestl state for each n (2s, 3s, 4s,...
 41.41.33: In FIGURE Q41.12, a photon with energy 2.0 eV is incident on an ato...
 41.41.34: List the quantum numbers, excluding spin, of (a) all possible 3p st...
 41.41.35: What is the angular momentum of a hydrogen atom in (a) a 6s state a...
 41.41.36: What is the maximum possible angular momentum L (as a multiple of U...
 41.41.37: A hydrogen atom has orbital angular momentum 3.65 * 1034 Js. a. Wh...
 41.41.38: What are E and L (as a multiple of U) of a hydrogen atom in the 6f ...
 41.41.39: How many lines of atoms would you expect to see on the collector pl...
 41.41.40: When all quantum numbers are considered, how many different quantum...
 41.41.41: Predict the groundstate electron configurations of Mg, Sr, and Ba.
 41.41.42: Predict the groundstate electron configurations of Al, Ga, and In
 41.41.43: Identify the element for each of these electron configurations. The...
 41.41.44: Identify the element for each of these electron configurations. The...
 41.41.45: Draw a series of pictures, similar to Figure 41.21, for the ground ...
 41.41.46: Draw a series of pictures, similar to Figure 41.21, for the ground ...
 41.41.47: Show that hc = 1240 eVnm.
 41.41.48: What is the electron configuration of the second excited state of l...
 41.41.49: a. Is a 4p S 4s transition allowed in sodium? If so, what is its wa...
 41.41.50: An electron accelerates through a 12.5 V potential difference, star...
 41.41.51: 1.0 * 106 sodium atoms are excited to the 3p state at t = 0 s. How ...
 41.41.52: An excited state of an atom has a 25 ns lifetime. What is the proba...
 41.41.53: 1.0 * 106 atoms are excited to an upper energy level at t = 0 s. At...
 41.41.54: A hydrogen atom is in the 2p state. How much time must elapse for t...
 41.41.55: 1.00 * 106 sodium atoms are excited to the 3p state at t = 0 s. At ...
 41.41.56: A 1.0 mW heliumneon laser emits a visible laser beam with a wavele...
 41.41.57: A laser emits 1.0 * 1019 photons per second from an excited state w...
 41.41.58: In LASIK surgery, a laser is used to reshape the cornea of the eye ...
 41.41.59: a. Draw a diagram similar to Figure 41.2 to show all the possible o...
 41.41.60: There exist subatomic particles whose spin is characterized by s = ...
 41.41.61: A hydrogen atom has l = 2. What are the (a) minimum (as a multiple ...
 41.41.62: A hydrogen atom in its fourth excited state emits a photon with a w...
 41.41.63: Calculate (a) the radial wave function and (b) the radial probabili...
 41.41.64: For an electron in the 1s state of hydrogen, what is the probabilit...
 41.41.65: Prove that the normalization constant of the 1s radial wave functio...
 41.41.66: Prove that the normalization constant of the 2p radial wave functio...
 41.41.67: a. Calculate and graph the hydrogen radial wave function R2p1r2 ove...
 41.41.68: Prove that the radial probability density peaks at r = aB for the 1...
 41.41.69: In general, an atom can have both orbital angular momentum and spin...
 41.41.70: a. What downward transitions are possible for a sodium atom in the ...
 41.41.71: The 5d S 3p transition in the emission spectrum of sodium has a wav...
 41.41.72: A sodium atom emits a photon with wavelength 818 nm shortly after b...
 41.41.73: The ionization energy of an atom is known to be 5.5 eV. The emissio...
 41.41.74: FIGURE P41.41 shows the first few energy levels of the lithium atom...
 41.41.75: FIGURE P41.42 shows a few energy levels of the mercury atom. a. Mak...
 41.41.76: Suppose you put five electrons into a 0.50nmwide onedimensional r...
 41.41.77: Three electrons are in a onedimensional rigid box (i.e., an infini...
 41.41.78: An atom in an excited state has a 1.0% chance of emitting a photon ...
 41.41.79: a. What is the decay rate for the 2p state of hydrogen? b. During w...
 41.41.80: a. Find an expression in terms of t for the halflife t1/2 of a sam...
 41.41.81: In fluorescence microscopy, an important tool in biology, a laser b...
 41.41.82: A ruby laser emits a 100 MW, 10nslong pulse of light with a wavel...
 41.41.83: An electrical discharge in a neonfilled tube maintains a steady po...
 41.41.84: The 1997 Nobel Prize in physics went to Steven Chu, Claude CohenTa...
 41.41.85: Two excited energy levels are separated by the very small energy di...
 41.41.86: What is the probability of finding a 1s hydrogen electron at distan...
 41.41.87: Prove that the most probable distance from the proton of an electro...
 41.41.88: Find the distance, in terms of aB, between the two peaks in the rad...
 41.41.89: Suppose you have a machine that gives you pieces of candy when you ...
 41.41.90: An atom in an excited state has a 1.0% chance of emitting a photon ...
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