 41.Q41.1: Particle A is described by the wave function c1x, y, z2. Particle B...
 41.Q41.2: What are the most significant differences between the Bohr model of...
 41.Q41.3: For a body orbiting the sun, such as a planet, comet, or asteroid, ...
 41.Q41.4: Why is the analysis of the helium atom much more complex than that ...
 41.Q41.5: The SternGerlach experiment is always performed with beams of neutr...
 41.Q41.6: (a) If two electrons in hydrogen atoms have the same principal quan...
 41.Q41.7: In the SternGerlach experiment, why is it essential for the magneti...
 41.Q41.8: In the ground state of the helium atom one electron must have spin ...
 41.Q41.9: An electron in a hydrogen atom is in an s level, and the atom is in...
 41.Q41.10: The centralfield approximation is more accurate for alkali metals ...
 41.Q41.11: Table 41.3 shows that for the ground state of the potassium atom, t...
 41.Q41.12: Do gravitational forces play a significant role in atomic structure...
 41.Q41.13: Why do the transition elements 1Z = 21 to 302 all have similar chem...
 41.Q41.14: Use Table 41.3 to help determine the groundstate electron configur...
 41.Q41.15: On the basis of the Pauli exclusion principle, the structure of the...
 41.Q41.16: A small amount of magneticfield splitting of spectral lines occurs...
 41.Q41.17: The ionization energies of the alkali metals (that is, the lowest e...
 41.Q41.18: For magnesium, the first ionization potential is 7.6 eV. The second...
 41.Q41.19: What is the centralfield approximation and why is it only an appro...
 41.Q41.20: The nucleus of a gold atom contains 79 protons. How does the energy...
 41.Q41.21: (a) Can you show that the orbital angular momentum of an electron i...
 41.Q41.22: An atom in its ground level absorbs a photon with energy equal to t...
 41.Q41.23: Can a hydrogen atom emit x rays? If so, how? If not, why not
 41.Q41.24: A system of two electrons has the wave function c1r S 1, r S 22 = 1...
 41.Q41.25: Repeat Discussion Question Q41.24 for the wave function c1r S 1, r ...
 41.41.1: For a particle in a threedimensional cubical box, what is the dege...
 41.41.2: Model a hydrogen atom as an electron in a cubical box with side len...
 41.41.3: A photon is emitted when an electron in a threedimensional cubical ...
 41.41.4: For each of the following states of a particle in a threedimensiona...
 41.41.5: A particle is in the threedimensional cubical box of Section 41.1....
 41.41.6: What is the energy difference between the two lowest energy levels ...
 41.41.7: Consider an electron in the N shell. (a) What is the smallest orbit...
 41.41.8: An electron is in the hydrogen atom with n = 5. (a) Find the possib...
 41.41.9: The orbital angular momentum of an electron has a magnitude of 4.71...
 41.41.1: . Consider states with angular momentum quantum number l = 2. (a) I...
 41.41.11: In a particular state of the hydrogen atom, the angle between the a...
 41.41.12: . A hydrogen atom is in a state that has Lz = 2U. In the semiclassi...
 41.41.13: Calculate, in units of U, the magnitude of the maximum orbital angu...
 41.41.14: (a) Make a chart showing all possible sets of quantum numbers l and...
 41.41.15: . (a) How many different 5g states does hydrogen have? (b) Which of...
 41.41.16: (a) What is the probability that an electron in the 1s state of a h...
 41.41.17: Show that 1f2 = eimlf = 1f + 2p2 (that is, show that 1f2 is periodi...
 41.41.18: A hydrogen atom is in a d state. In the absence of an external magn...
 41.41.19: A hydrogen atom in a 3p state is placed in a uniform external magne...
 41.41.2: A hydrogen atom undergoes a transition from a 2p state to the 1s gr...
 41.41.21: A hydrogen atom in the 5g state is placed in a magnetic field of 0....
 41.41.22: A hydrogen atom in the n = 1, ms =  1 2 state is placed in a magne...
 41.41.23: Classical Electron Spin. (a) If you treat an electron as a classica...
 41.41.24: The hyperfine interaction in a hydrogen atom between the magnetic d...
 41.41.25: Calculate the energy difference between the ms = 1 2 (spin up) and ...
 41.41.26: A hydrogen atom in a particular orbital angular momentum state is f...
 41.41.27: Make a list of the four quantum numbers n, l, ml, and ms for each o...
 41.41.28: For germanium 1Ge, Z = 322, make a list of the number of electrons ...
 41.41.29: (a) Write out the groundstate electron configuration 11s 2 , 2s 2 ...
 41.41.3: (a) Write out the groundstate electron configuration 11s 2 , 2s 2 ...
 41.41.31: The 5s electron in rubidium (Rb) sees an effective charge of 2.771e...
 41.41.32: The energies of the 4s, 4p, and 4d states of potassium are given in...
 41.41.33: (a) The doubly charged ion N2+ is formed by removing two electrons ...
 41.41.34: (a) The energy of the 2s state of lithium is 5.391 eV. Calculate t...
 41.41.35: Estimate the energy of the highestl state for (a) the L shell of B...
 41.41.36: A Ka x ray emitted from a sample has an energy of 7.46 keV. Of whic...
 41.41.37: Calculate the frequency, energy (in keV), and wavelength of the Ka ...
 41.41.38: The energies for an electron in the K, L, and M shells of the tungs...
 41.41.39: In terms of the groundstate energy E1,1,1, what is the energy of t...
 41.41.4: An electron is in a threedimensional box with side lengths LX = 0....
 41.41.41: A particle is in the threedimensional cubical box of Section 41.2....
 41.41.42: An electron is in a threedimensional box. The x and zsides of th...
 41.41.43: A particle in the threedimensional cubical box of Section 41.2 is ...
 41.41.44: A ThreeDimensional Isotropic Harmonic Oscillator. An isotropic har...
 41.41.45: ThreeDimensional Anisotropic Harmonic Oscillator. An oscillator ha...
 41.41.46: A particle is described by the normalized wave function c1x, y, z2 ...
 41.41.47: (a) Show that the total number of atomic states (including differen...
 41.41.48: (a) What is the lowest possible energy (in electron volts) of an el...
 41.41.49: Consider a hydrogen atom in the 1s state. (a) For what value of r i...
 41.41.5: For a hydrogen atom, the probability P1r2 of finding the electron w...
 41.41.51: The normalized radial wave function for the 2p state of the hydroge...
 41.41.52: Rydberg Atoms. Rydberg atoms are atoms whose outermost electron is ...
 41.41.53: (a) For an excited state of hydrogen, show that the smallest angle ...
 41.41.54: An atom in a 3d state emits a photon of wavelength 475.082 nm when ...
 41.41.55: Spectral Analysis. While studying the spectrum of a gas cloud in sp...
 41.41.56: SternGerlach Experiment. In a SternGerlach experiment, the deflecti...
 41.41.57: A large number of hydrogen atoms in 1s states are placed in an exte...
 41.41.58: Effective Magnetic Field. An electron in a hydrogen atom is in the ...
 41.41.59: Weird Universe. In another universe, the electron is a spin@ 3 2 ra...
 41.41.6: A lithium atom has three electrons, and the 2 S1>2 groundstate ele...
 41.41.61: A hydrogen atom in an n = 2, l = 1, ml = 1 state emits a photon wh...
 41.41.62: Electron Spin Resonance. Electrons in the lower of two spin states ...
 41.41.63: Estimate the minimum and maximum wavelengths of the characteristic ...
 41.41.64: A hydrogen atom initially in an n = 3, l = 1 state makes a transiti...
 41.41.65: In studying electron screening in multielectron atoms, you begin wi...
 41.41.66: You are studying the absorption of electromagnetic radiation by ele...
 41.41.67: While working in a magnetics lab, you conduct an experiment in whic...
 41.41.68: Each of 2N electrons (mass m) is free to move along the xaxis. The...
 41.41.69: Consider a simple model of the helium atom in which two electrons, ...
 41.41.7: In the Bohr model, what is the principal quantum number n at which ...
 41.41.71: Take the size of a Rydberg atom to be the diameter of the orbit of ...
 41.41.72: Assume that the researchers place an atom in a state with n = 100, ...
 41.41.73: How many different possible electron states are there in the n = 10...
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