 31.1CQ: (Answers to oddnumbered Conceptual Questions can be found in the b...
 31.1P: The electron in a hydrogen atom is typically found at a distance of...
 31.2CQ: (Answers to oddnumbered Conceptual Questions can be found in the b...
 31.2P: Referring to 1, suppose the nucleus of the hydrogen atom were enlar...
 31.3CQ: (Answers to oddnumbered Conceptual Questions can be found in the b...
 31.3P: Copper atoms have 29 protons in their nuclei. If the copper nucleus...
 31.4CQ: (Answers to oddnumbered Conceptual Questions can be found in the b...
 31.4P: In Rutherford's scattering experiments, alpha particles (charge = +...
 31.5CQ: (Answers to oddnumbered Conceptual Questions can be found in the b...
 31.5P: Find the wavelength of the Balmer series spectra! line correspondin...
 31.6CQ: (Answers to oddnumbered Conceptual Questions can be found in the b...
 31.6P: What is the smallest value of n for which the wavelength of a Balme...
 31.7CQ: (Answers to oddnumbered Conceptual Questions can be found in the b...
 31.7P: Find the wavelength of the three longestwavelength lines of the Ly...
 31.8CQ: (Answers to oddnumbered Conceptual Questions can be found in the b...
 31.8P: Find the wavelength of the three longestwavelength lines of the Pa...
 31.9CQ: (Answers to oddnumbered Conceptual Questions can be found in the b...
 31.9P: Find (a) the longest wavelength in the Lyman series and (b) the sho...
 31.10CQ: (Answers to oddnumbered Conceptual Questions can be found in the b...
 31.10P: In Table 311 we see that the Paschen series corresponds to n' = 3 ...
 31.11CQ: (Answers to oddnumbered Conceptual Questions can be found in the b...
 31.11P: CE Predict/Explain (a) If the mass of the electron were magically d...
 31.12CQ: (Answers to oddnumbered Conceptual Questions can be found in the b...
 31.12P: CE Consider the Bohr model as applied to the following three atoms:...
 31.13CQ: (Answers to oddnumbered Conceptual Questions can be found in the b...
 31.13P: CE Consider the Bohr model as applied to the following three atoms:...
 31.14P: An electron in the n = 1 Bohr orbit has the kinetic energy K1. In t...
 31.15P: Find the ratio v/c for an electron in the first excited state(n = 2...
 31.16P: Find the magnitude of the force exerted on an electron in the groun...
 31.17P: How much energy is required to ionize hydrogen when it is in the n ...
 31.18P: Find the energy of the photon required to excite a hydrogen atom fr...
 31.19P: In the Bohr model, the potential energy of a hydrogen atom in the n...
 31.20P: A hydrogen atom is in its second excited state, n = 3. Using the Bo...
 31.21P: Referring to 20, find (a) the kinetic energy of the electron, (b) t...
 31.22P: Initially, an electron is in the n = 3 state of hydrogen. If this e...
 31.23P: Identify the initial and final states if an electron in hydrogen em...
 31.24P: IP An electron in hydrogen absorbs a photon and jump to a higher or...
 31.25P: IP Consider the following four transitions in a hydrogen atom:(i) n...
 31.26P: IP Muoniun Muonium is a hydrogenlike atom in which the electronics...
 31.27P: · · IP (a) Find the radius of the n = 4 Bohr orbit of a doubly ioni...
 31.28P: Applying the Bohr model to a triply ionized beryllium atom (Be3+, Z...
 31.29P: (a) Calculate the time required for an electron in the n = 2 state ...
 31.30P: IP The kinetic energy of an electron in a particular Bohr orbit of ...
 31.31P: IP The potential energy of a hydrogen atom in a particular Bohr orb...
 31.32P: Consider a headon collision between two hydrogen atoms, both initi...
 31.33P: A hydrogen atom is in the initial state n1 = n, where n > 1. (a) Fi...
 31.34P: CE Predict/Explain (a) Is the de Broglie wavelength of an electron ...
 31.35P: Find the de Broglie wavelength of an electron in the ground state o...
 31.36P: Find an expression for the de Broglie wavelength of an electron in ...
 31.37P: ?What is the radius of the hydrogenatom Bohr orbit shown in Figure...
 31.38P: · · (a) Find the kinetic energy (in eV) of an electron whose de Bro...
 31.39P: What are the allowed values of ? when the principal quantum number ...
 31.40P: How many different values of m? are possible when the principal qua...
 31.41P: ?Give the value of the quantum number ?, if one exists, for a hydro...
 31.42P: IP Hydrogen atom number 1is known to be in the 4/state.(a) What is ...
 31.43P: ?IP A hydrogen atom has an orbital angular momentum with a magnitud...
 31.44P: IP The electron in a hydrogen atom with an energy of —0.544 eV is i...
 31.45P: IP Consider two different states of a hydrogen atom. In state I the...
 31.46P: CE How many electrons can occupy (a) the 2p subshell and (b) the 3p...
 31.47P: CE (a) How many electrons can occupy the 3d subshell? (b) How many ...
 31.48P: ?The electronic configuration of a given atom is How many electrons...
 31.49P: Give the electronic configuration for the ground state of carbon.
 31.50P: List the values of the four quantum numbers (n, ?, m?, ms)for each ...
 31.51P: Give the electronic configuration for the ground state of nitrogen.
 31.52P: Give a list of all possible sets of the four quantum numbers (n, ?,...
 31.53P: Give a list of all possible sets of the four quantum numbers (n, ?,...
 31.54P: List the values of the four quantum numbers (n, ?, m?, ms) for each...
 31.55P: The configuration of the outer electrons in Ni is 3d8 4s2. Write ou...
 31.56P: Determine the number of different sets of quantum numbers possible ...
 31.57P: Generalize the results of and show that the number of different set...
 31.58P: Suppose that the 5d subshell is filled in a certain atom. Write out...
 31.59P: CE Predict/Explain (a) Tn an Xray tube, do you expect the waveleng...
 31.60P: CE Is the wavelength of the radiation that excites a fluorescent ma...
 31.61P: Using the Bohr model, estimate the wavelength of the K? Xray in ni...
 31.62P: Using the Bohr model, estimate the energy of a K? Xray emitted by ...
 31.63P: The Kshell ionization energy of iron is 8500 eV, and its Lshell i...
 31.64P: An electron drops from the L shell to the K shell and gives off an ...
 31.65P: Consider an Xray tube that uses platinum (Z = 78) as its target, (...
 31.66P: BIO Photorefractive Keratectomy A person's vision may be improved s...
 31.67GP: Consider the following three transitions in a hydrogen atom: (A) ni...
 31.68GP: Suppose an electron is in the ground state of hydrogen. (a) What is...
 31.69GP: The electronic configuration of a particular carbon atom is 1s22s22...
 31.70GP: The electronic configuration of a particular potassium atom is 1s22...
 31.71GP: Do you expect the ionization energy of sodium (Na) to be greater th...
 31.72GP: Find the minimum frequency a photon must have it it is to ionize th...
 31.73GP: ?It was pointed out in Section that intermolecular collisions at ro...
 31.74GP: ?The electron in a hydrogen atom makes a transition from the state ...
 31.75GP: ?Referring to 74, find (a) the energy of the emitted photon and (b)...
 31.76GP: BIO Laser Eye Surgery In laser eye surgery, the laser emits a 1.45...
 31.77GP: Consider an electron in the groundstate orbit of the Bohr model of...
 31.78GP: A particular Bohr orbit in a hydrogen atom has a total energy of —0...
 31.79GP: The element helium is named for the Sun because that is where it wa...
 31.80GP: An ionized atom has only a single electron. The n = 6 Bohr orbit of...
 31.81GP: Find the approximate wavelength of K? Xrays emitted by molybdenum ...
 31.82GP: Referring to the hint given in Problem, estimate the wave ' length...
 31.83GP: ?IP The Pickering Series In 1896, the American astronomer Edward C....
 31.84GP: IP Rydberg Atoms There is no limit to the size a hydrogen atom can ...
 31.85GP: ?Consider a particle of mass charge , and constant speed moving per...
 31.86GP: ?Consider a particle of mass confined in a onedimensional box of l...
 31.87GP: ?Show the time required for an electron in the th Bohr orbit of hyd...
 31.88PP: Suppose an argon laser emits 1.49 × 1019 photons per second, half w...
 31.89PP: A different type of laser also emits 1.49 × 1019 photons per second...
 31.90PP: What is the power output of the laser in Problem?A. 1.23 WB. 2.39 W...
 31.91PP: What is the energy difference (in eV) between the states of an argo...
 31.92IP: IP Referring to Example 31–3 Suppose the electron is in a state who...
 31.93IP: Referring to Example 31–3 (a) Which state has a de Broglie waveleng...
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