 29.1CQ: Give an example of a physical entity that is quantized. State speci...
 29.1PE: A LiBr molecule oscillates with a frequency of 1.7×1013 Hz. (a) Wha...
 29.2CQ: Give an example of a physical entity that is not quantized, in that...
 29.2PE: The difference in energy between allowed oscillator states in HBr m...
 29.3CQ: What aspect of the blackbody spectrum forced Planck to propose quan...
 29.3PE: A physicist is watching a 15kg orangutan at a zoo swing lazily in ...
 29.4CQ: If Planck’s constant were large, say 1034 times greater than it is,...
 29.4PE: What is the longestwavelength EM radiation that can eject a photoe...
 29.5CQ: Why don’t we notice quantization in everyday events?
 29.5PE: Find the longestwavelength photon that can eject an electron from ...
 29.6CQ: Is visible light the only type of EM radiation that can cause the p...
 29.6PE: What is the binding energy in eV of electrons in magnesium, if the ...
 29.7CQ: Which aspects of the photoelectric effect cannot be explained witho...
 29.7PE: Calculate the binding energy in eV of electrons in aluminum, if the...
 29.8CQ: Is the photoelectric effect a direct consequence of the wave charac...
 29.8PE: What is the maximum kinetic energy in eV of electrons ejected from ...
 29.9CQ: Insulators (nonmetals) have a higher BE than metals, and it is more...
 29.9PE: UV radiation having a wavelength of 120 nm falls on gold metal, to ...
 29.10CQ: If you pick up and shake a piece of metal that has electrons in it ...
 29.10PE: Violet light of wavelength 400 nm ejects electrons with a maximum k...
 29.11CQ: Why are UV, x rays, and ? rays called ionizing radiation?
 29.11PE: UV radiation having a 300nm wavelength falls on uranium metal, eje...
 29.12CQ: How can treating food with ionizing radiation help keep it from spo...
 29.12PE: What is the wavelength of EM radiation that ejects 2.00eV electron...
 29.13CQ: Some television tubes are CRTs. They use an approximately 30kV acc...
 29.13PE: Find the wavelength of photons that eject 0.100eV electrons from p...
 29.14CQ: Tanning salons use “safe” UV with a longer wavelength than some of ...
 29.14PE: What is the maximum velocity of electrons ejected from a material b...
 29.15CQ: Your pupils dilate when visible light intensity is reduced. Does we...
 29.15PE: Photoelectrons from a material with a binding energy of 2.71 eV are...
 29.16CQ: One could feel heat transfer in the form of infrared radiation from...
 29.16PE: A laser with a power output of 2.00 mW at a wavelength of 400 nm is...
 29.17CQ: Can a single microwave photon cause cell damage? Explain.
 29.17PE: (a) Calculate the number of photoelectrons per second ejected from ...
 29.18CQ: In an xray tube, the maximum photon energy is given by hf = qV. Wo...
 29.18PE: Unreasonable ResultsRed light having a wavelength of 700 nm is proj...
 29.19CQ: Which formula may be used for the momentum of all particles, with o...
 29.19PE: Unreasonable Results(a) What is the binding energy of electrons to ...
 29.20CQ: Is there any measurable difference between the momentum of a photon...
 29.20PE: What is the energy in joules and eV of a photon in a radio wave fro...
 29.21CQ: Why don’t we feel the momentum of sunlight when we are on the beach?
 29.21PE: (a) Find the energy in joules and eV of photons in radio waves from...
 29.22CQ: How does the interference of water waves differ from the interferen...
 29.22PE: Calculate the frequency in hertz of a 1.00MeV ? ray photon.
 29.23CQ: Describe one type of evidence for the wave nature of matter.
 29.23PE: (a) What is the wavelength of a 1.00eV photon? (b) Find its freque...
 29.24CQ: Describe one type of evidence for the particle nature of EM radiation.
 29.24PE: Do the unit conversions necessary to show that hc = 1240 eV ? nm, a...
 29.25CQ: What is the Heisenberg uncertainty principle? Does it place limits ...
 29.25PE: Confirm the statement in the text that the range of photon energies...
 29.26CQ: In what ways are matter and energy related that were not known befo...
 29.26PE: (a) Calculate the energy in eV of an IR photon of frequency 2.00×10...
 29.27PE: Prove that, to threedigit accuracy, h = 4.14×10?15 eV ? s, as stat...
 29.28PE: (a) What is the maximum energy in eV of photons produced in a CRT u...
 29.29PE: What is the accelerating voltage of an xray tube that produces x r...
 29.30PE: (a) What is the ratio of power outputs by two microwave ovens havin...
 29.31PE: How many photons per second are emitted by the antenna of a microwa...
 29.32PE: Some satellites use nuclear power. (a) If such a satellite emits a ...
 29.33PE: (a) If the power output of a 650kHz radio station is 50.0 kW, how ...
 29.34PE: How many xray photons per second are created by an xray tube that ...
 29.35PE: (a) How far away must you be from a 650kHz radio station with powe...
 29.36PE: Assuming that 10.0% of a 100W light bulb’s energy output is in the...
 29.37PE: Construct Your Own a laser pen. Construct a problem in which you ca...
 29.38PE: (a) Find the momentum of a 4.00cmwavelength microwave photon. (b)...
 29.39PE: (a) What is the momentum of a 0.0100nmwavelength photon that coul...
 29.40PE: (a) What is the wavelength of a photon that has a momentum of 5.00×...
 29.41PE: (a) A ? ray photon has a momentum of 8.00×10?21 kg ? m/s . What is...
 29.42PE: (a) Calculate the momentum of a photon having a wavelength of 2.50 ...
 29.43PE: Repeat the previous problem for a 10.0nmwavelength photon.Referen...
 29.44PE: (a) Calculate the wavelength of a photon that has the same momentum...
 29.45PE: (a) Find the momentum of a 100keV xray photon. (b) Find the equiv...
 29.46PE: Take the ratio of relativistic rest energy, E = ?mc2 , to relativis...
 29.47PE: Construct Your Own a space sail such as mentioned in Example 29.5. ...
 29.48PE: Unreasonable ResultsA car feels a small force due to the light it s...
 29.49PE: At what velocity will an electron have a wavelength of 1.00 m?
 29.50PE: What is the wavelength of an electron moving at 3.00% of the speed ...
 29.51PE: At what velocity does a proton have a 6.00fm wavelength (about the...
 29.52PE: What is the velocity of a 0.400kg billiard ball if its wavelength ...
 29.53PE: Find the wavelength of a proton moving at 1.00% of the speed of light.
 29.54PE: Experiments are performed with ultracold neutrons having velocities...
 29.55PE: (a) Find the velocity of a neutron that has a 6.00fm wavelength (a...
 29.56PE: What is the wavelength of an electron accelerated through a 30.0kV...
 29.57PE: What is the kinetic energy of an electron in a TEM having a 0.0100...
 29.58PE: (a) Calculate the velocity of an electron that has a wavelength of ...
 29.59PE: The velocity of a proton emerging from a Van de Graaff accelerator ...
 29.60PE: The kinetic energy of an electron accelerated in an xray tube is 1...
 29.61PE: Unreasonable Results(a) Assuming it is nonrelativistic, calculate t...
 29.62PE: (a) If the position of an electron in a membrane is measured to an ...
 29.63PE: (a) If the position of a chlorine ion in a membrane is measured to ...
 29.64PE: Suppose the velocity of an electron in an atom is known to an accur...
 29.65PE: The velocity of a proton in an accelerator is known to an accuracy ...
 29.66PE: A relatively longlived excited state of an atom has a lifetime of ...
 29.67PE: (a) The lifetime of a highly unstable nucleus is 10?20 s . What is ...
 29.68PE: The decay energy of a shortlived particle has an uncertainty of 1....
 29.69PE: The decay energy of a shortlived nuclear excited state has an unce...
 29.70PE: What is the approximate uncertainty in the mass of a muon, as deter...
 29.71PE: Derive the approximate form of Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle f...
 29.72PE: Integrated Concepts The 54.0eV electron in Example 29.7 has a 0.16...
 29.73PE: Integrated ConceptsAn electron microscope produces electrons with a...
 29.74PE: Integrated ConceptsA certain heat lamp emits 200 W of mostly IR rad...
 29.75PE: Integrated ConceptsOn its high power setting, a microwave oven prod...
 29.76PE: Integrated Concepts(a) Calculate the amount of microwave energy in ...
 29.77PE: Integrated Concepts(a) What is ? for an electron emerging from the ...
 29.78PE: Integrated Concepts(a) What is ? for a proton having an energy of 1...
 29.79PE: Integrated ConceptsAn electron microscope passes 1.00pmwavelength...
 29.80PE: Integrated Concepts (a) Calculate the velocity of electrons that fo...
 29.81PE: Integrated Concepts (a) What is the separation between double slits...
 29.82PE: Integrated Concepts A laser with a power output of 2.00 mW at a wav...
 29.83PE: Integrated Concepts One problem with x rays is that they are not se...
 29.84PE: Integrated Concepts A 1.00fm photon has a wavelength short enough ...
 29.85PE: Integrated Concepts The momentum of light is exactly reversed when ...
 29.86PE: Integrated ConceptsSunlight above the Earth’s atmosphere has an int...
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