 30.1CQ: Name three different types of evidence for the existence of atoms.
 30.1PE: Using the given chargetomass ratios for electrons and protons, an...
 30.2CQ: Explain why patterns observed in the periodic table of the elements...
 30.2PE: (a) Calculate the mass of a proton using the chargetomass ratio gi...
 30.3CQ: If atoms exist, why can’t we see them with visible light?
 30.3PE: If someone wanted to build a scale model of the atom with a nucleus...
 30.4CQ: What two pieces of evidence allowed the first calculation of me , t...
 30.4PE: Rutherford found the size of the nucleus to be about 10?15 m . This...
 30.5CQ: How do the allowed orbits for electrons in atoms differ from the al...
 30.5PE: In Millikan’s oildrop experiment, one looks at a small oil drop he...
 30.6CQ: How do the allowed orbits for electrons in atoms differ from the al...
 30.6PE: (a) An aspiring physicist wants to build a scale model of a hydroge...
 30.7CQ: Explain how Bohr’s rule for the quantization of electron orbital an...
 30.7PE: By calculating its wavelength, show that the first line in the Lyma...
 30.8CQ: What is a hydrogenlike atom, and how are the energies and radii of...
 30.8PE: Find the wavelength of the third line in the Lyman series, and iden...
 30.9CQ: Explain why characteristic x rays are the most energetic in the EM ...
 30.9PE: Look up the values of the quantities in and verify that the Bohr ra...
 30.10CQ: Why does the energy of characteristic x rays become increasingly gr...
 30.10PE: Verify that the ground state energy E0 is 13.6 eV by using
 30.11CQ: Observers at a safe distance from an atmospheric test of a nuclear ...
 30.11PE: If a hydrogen atom has its electron in the n = 4 state, how much en...
 30.12CQ: Lasers are used to burn and read CDs. Explain why a laser that emit...
 30.12PE: A hydrogen atom in an excited state can be ionized with less energy...
 30.13CQ: Crystal lattices can be examined with x rays but not UV. Why?
 30.13PE: Find the radius of a hydrogen atom in the n = 2 state according to ...
 30.14CQ: CT scanners do not detect details smaller than about 0.5 mm. Is thi...
 30.14PE: Show that (13.6 eV) / hc = 1.097×107 m = R (Rydberg’s constant), as...
 30.15CQ: How do the allowed orbits for electrons in atoms differ from the al...
 30.15PE: What is the smallestwavelength line in the Balmer series? Is it in...
 30.16CQ: Atomic and molecular spectra are discrete. What does discrete mean,...
 30.16PE: Show that the entire Paschen series is in the infrared part of the ...
 30.17CQ: Hydrogen gas can only absorb EM radiation that has an energy corres...
 30.17PE: Do the Balmer and Lyman series overlap? To answer this, calculate t...
 30.18CQ: Lasers are used to burn and read CDs. Explain why a laser that emit...
 30.18PE: (a) Which line in the Balmer series is the first one in the UV part...
 30.19CQ: The coating on the inside of fluorescent light tubes absorbs ultrav...
 30.19PE: A wavelength of 4.653 ?m is observed in a hydrogen spectrum for a t...
 30.20CQ: What is the difference between fluorescence and phosphorescence?
 30.20PE: A singly ionized helium ion has only one electron and is denoted He...
 30.21CQ: How can you tell that a hologram is a true threedimensional image ...
 30.21PE: A beryllium ion with a single electron (denoted Be3 + ) is in an ex...
 30.22CQ: How is the de Broglie wavelength of electrons related to the quanti...
 30.22PE: Atoms can be ionized by thermal collisions, such as at the high tem...
 30.23CQ: What is the Zeeman effect, and what type of quantization was discov...
 30.23PE: Verify Equations Using the approach stated in the text. That is, eq...
 30.24CQ: Define the quantum numbers n, l, ml , s , and ms .
 30.24PE: The wavelength of the four Balmer series lines for hydrogen are fou...
 30.25CQ: For a given value of n , what are the allowed values of l ?
 30.25PE: (a) What is the shortestwavelength xray radiation that can be gen...
 30.26CQ: For a given value of l, what are the allowed values of ml ? What ar...
 30.26PE: A color television tube also generates some x rays when its electro...
 30.27CQ: List all the possible values of s and ms for an electron. Are there...
 30.27PE: An x ray tube has an applied voltage of 100 kV. (a) What is the mos...
 30.28CQ: Identify the shell, subshell, and number of electrons for the follo...
 30.28PE: The maximum characteristic xray photon energy comes from the captu...
 30.29CQ: Which of the following are not allowed? State which rule is violate...
 30.29PE: What are the approximate energies of the K? and K? x rays for copper?
 30.30PE: Figure 30.39 shows the energylevel di agram for neon. (a) Verify t...
 30.31PE: A heliumneon laser is pumped by electric discharge. What wavelengt...
 30.32PE: Ruby lasers have chromium atoms doped in an aluminum oxide crystal....
 30.33PE: (a) What energy photons can pump chromium atoms in a ruby laser fro...
 30.34PE: Some of the most powerful lasers are based on the energy levels of ...
 30.35PE: If an atom has an electron in the n = 5 state with ml = 3 , what ar...
 30.36PE: An atom has an electron with ml = 2 . What is the smallest value of...
 30.37PE: What are the possible values of ml for an electron in the n = 4 state?
 30.38PE: What, if any, constraints does a value of ml = 1 place on the other...
 30.39PE: (a) Calculate the magnitude of the angular momentum for an l = 1 el...
 30.40PE: (a) What is the magnitude of the angular momentum for an l = 1 elec...
 30.41PE: Repeat Exercise 30.40 for l = 3 .Reference Exercise 30.40:(a) What ...
 30.42PE: (a) How many angles can L make with the z axis for an l = 2 electr...
 30.43PE: What angles can the spin S of an electron make with the z axis?
 30.44PE: (a) How many electrons can be in the n = 4 shell? (b) What are its ...
 30.45PE: (a) What is the minimum value of 1 for a subshell that has 11 elect...
 30.46PE: (a) If one subshell of an atom has 9 electrons in it, what is the m...
 30.47PE: (a) List all possible sets of quantum numbers (n, l, ml , ms) for t...
 30.48PE: Which of the following spectroscopic notations are not allowed? (a)...
 30.49PE: Which of the following spectroscopic notations are allowed (that is...
 30.50PE: (a) Using the Pauli exclusion principle and the rules relating the ...
 30.51PE: Integrated ConceptsEstimate the density of a nucleus by calculating...
 30.52PE: Integrated ConceptsThe electric and magnetic forces on an electron ...
 30.53PE: (a) What is the distance between the slits of a diffraction grating...
 30.54PE: Integrated ConceptsA galaxy moving away from the earth has a speed ...
 30.55PE: Integrated ConceptsCalculate the velocity of a star moving relative...
 30.56PE: Integrated ConceptsIn a Millikan oildrop experiment using a setup ...
 30.57PE: Integrated ConceptsWhat doubleslit separation would produce a firs...
 30.58PE: Integrated ConceptsIn a laboratory experiment designed to duplicate...
 30.59PE: Integrated ConceptsFind the value of l, the orbital angular momentu...
 30.60PE: Integrated ConceptsParticles called muons exist in cosmic rays and ...
 30.61PE: Integrated ConceptsCalculate the minimum amount of energy in joules...
 30.62PE: Integrated ConceptsA carbon dioxide laser used in surgery emits inf...
 30.63PE: Integrated ConceptsSuppose an MRI scanner uses 100MHz radio waves....
 30.64PE: Integrated Concepts(a) An excimer laser used for vision correction ...
 30.65PE: Integrated ConceptsA neighboring galaxy rotates on its axis so that...
 30.66PE: Integrated ConceptsA pulsar is a rapidly spinning remnant of a supe...
 30.67PE: Integrated ConceptsProve that the velocity of charged particles mov...
 30.68PE: Unreasonable Results(a) What voltage must be applied to an Xray tu...
 30.69PE: Unreasonable ResultsA student in a physics laboratory observes a hy...
 30.70PE: Construct Your Own solar corona is so hot that most atoms in it are...
 30.71PE: Construct Your Own the Dopplershifted hydrogen spectrum received f...
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