 36.1: The electron in a hydrogen atom is somewhat like a particle confine...
 36.2: A friend who hasnt studied physics asks you the size of a hydrogen ...
 36.3: How many quantum numbers are required to specify fully the state of...
 36.4: Both the Bohr and Schrdinger theories predict the same groundstate ...
 36.5: Is it possible for a hydrogen atom to be in the 2d state? Explain
 36.6: Can the component of a quantized angular momentum measured on a giv...
 36.7: The electron is a spin1 2 particle. Does this mean the electrons i...
 36.8: How does the SternGerlach experiment provide convincing evidence fo...
 36.9: Why is there no spinorbit splitting in hydrogens ground state?
 36.10: How does the exclusion principle explain the diversity of chemical ...
 36.11: Helium and lithium exhibit very different chemical behavior, yet th...
 36.12: Why is stimulated emission essential for laser action?
 36.13: What distinguishes a BoseEinstein condensate from ordinary matter?
 36.14: Using physical constants accurate to four significant figures (see ...
 36.15: A group of hydrogen atoms is in the same excited state, and photons...
 36.16: Find the maximum possible magnitude for the orbital angular momentu...
 36.17: Which of the following is not a possible value for the magnitude of...
 36.18: The orbital angular momentum of the electron in a hydrogen atom has...
 36.19: Whats the orbital quantum number for an electron whose orbital angu...
 36.20: A hydrogen atom is in the 6f state. Find (a) its energy and (b) the...
 36.21: Give a symbolic description for the state of the electron in a hydr...
 36.22: Verify the value of the Bohr magneton mB in Equation 36.14.
 36.23: Theories of quantum gravity predict a spin2 particle called the gr...
 36.24: Some very shortlived particles known as delta resonances have spin...
 36.25: What are the possible j values for a hydrogen atom in the 3D state?
 36.26: An infinite square well contains nine electrons. Find the energy of...
 36.27: A quantum harmonic oscillator with frequency v contains 21 electron...
 36.28: Use shell notation to characterize rubidiums outermost electron.
 36.29: Write the full electronic structure of scandium.
 36.30: Write the full electronic structure of bromine.
 36.31: Show that the wavelength l in nm of a photon with energy E in eV is...
 36.32: The 4f S 3p transition in sodium produces a spectral line at 567.0 ...
 36.33: The 4p S 3s transition in sodium produces a double spectral line at...
 36.34: Adapt part (b) of Example 36.1 to find the probability that an elec...
 36.35: Determine the principal and orbital quantum numbers for a hydrogen ...
 36.36: Find (a) the energy and (b) the magnitude of the orbital angular mo...
 36.37: Assuming the Moons orbital angular momentum is quantized, estimate ...
 36.38: The maximum possible angular momentum for a hydrogen atom in a cert...
 36.39: A hydrogen atom is in an l = 2 state. What are the possible angles ...
 36.40: A hydrogen atom has energy E = 0.850 eV. Find the maximum possible...
 36.41: An electron in hydrogen is in the 5f state. What possible values, i...
 36.42: Substitute Equation 36.3 into Equation 36.4 and carry out the diffe...
 36.43: Differentiate the radial probability density for the hydrogen groun...
 36.44: Repeat Exercise 25 for the case where you know only that the princi...
 36.45: A hydrogen atom is in the 4F5/2 state. Find (a) its energy in units...
 36.46: Suppose you put five electrons into an infinite square well of widt...
 36.47: A harmonic oscillator potential of natural frequency v contains eig...
 36.48: You work for a nanotechnology company developing a new quantum devi...
 36.49: Determine the electronic configuration of copper
 36.50: An electron in a highly excited state of hydrogen 1n1 W 12 drops in...
 36.51: A solidstate laser made from leadtin selenide has a lasing transit...
 36.52: For hydrogen, finestructure splitting of the 2p state is only abou...
 36.53: Find the probability that the electron in the hydrogen ground state...
 36.54: Youve acquired a laser for your dental practice. It produces 400mJ...
 36.55: Singly ionized oxygen (socalled OII) is a prevalent species in th...
 36.56: A harmonic oscillator potential with natural frequency v contains a...
 36.57: A harmonic oscillator potential with natural frequency v contains N...
 36.58: A harmonic oscillator potential with natural frequency v contains N...
 36.59: lowest possible energy state, which is 19 times the groundstate en...
 36.60: Repeat for the case of an infinite square well containing N particl...
 36.61: Whats the most orbital angular momentum that could be added to an a...
 36.62: A hydrogen atom is in an F state. (a) Find the possible values for ...
 36.63: A hydrogen atom is in the 2s state. Find the probability that its e...
 36.64: Show that the maximum number of electrons in an atoms nth shell is 2n2
 36.65: Form the radial probability density P21r2 associated with the c2s s...
 36.66: Substitute the wave function c2 of Equation 36.7 into Equation 36.4...
 36.67: (a) Verify Equation 36.8 by considering a singleelectron atom with...
 36.68: Excimer lasers for vision correction generally use a combination of...
 36.69: A selection rule for the infinite square well allows only those tra...
 36.70: An ensemble of oneelectron squarewell systems of width 1.17 nm al...
 36.71: Use the radial probability density from Equation 36.5 and the norma...
 36.72: Follow the procedure in to calculate the average radial distance fo...
 36.73: The ratio of the magnetic moment, in units of the Bohr magneton mB,...
 36.74: ou work for a company that makes red heliumneon lasers widely used ...
 36.75: Using the table below, make a plot of atomic volume versus atomic n...
 36.76: Molybdenums Xray spectrum has its Ka peak at 17.4 keV. The corresp...
 36.77: In general, how should the energy of an elements La X rays compare ...
 36.78: Elements A and B have atomic numbers ZA and ZB = 2ZA. How do you ex...
 36.79: Emission of characteristic X rays occurs in the context of multiele...
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