 40.1: An electron in a hydrogen atom is in a state with . What is the min...
 40.2: How many electron states are there in a shell defined by the quantu...
 40.3: (a) What is the magnitude of the orbital angular momentum in a stat...
 40.4: How many electron states are there in the following shells: (a) n !...
 40.5: (a) How many values are associated with n 3? (b) How many values ar...
 40.6: How many electron states are in these subshells: (a) n ! 4, ; (b) n...
 40.7: An electron in a multielectron atom has . For this electron, what a...
 40.8: In the subshell , (a) what is the greatest (most positive) value, (...
 40.9: An electron is in a state with . (a) What ! ! 3 m! m! ! ! 3 ! m! ! ...
 40.10: An electron is in a state with n ! 3.What are (a) the number of pos...
 40.11: If orbital angular momentum is measured along, say, a z axis to obt...
 40.12: A magnetic field is applied to a freely floating uniform iron spher...
 40.13: What is the acceleration of a silver atom as it passes through the ...
 40.14: Suppose that a hydrogen atom in its ground state moves 80 cm throug...
 40.15: Calculate the (a) smaller and (b) larger value of the semiclassical...
 40.16: Assume that in the SternGerlach experiment as described for neutral...
 40.17: In an NMR experiment, the RF source oscillates at 34 MHz and magnet...
 40.18: A hydrogen atom in its ground state actually has two possible, clos...
 40.19: What is the wavelength associated with a photon that will induce a ...
 40.20: A rectangular corral of widths Lx ! L and Ly ! 2L contains seven el...
 40.21: Seven electrons are trapped in a onedimensional infinite potential...
 40.22: Figure 4023 is an energylevel diagram for a fictitious infinite p...
 40.23: A cubical box of widths Lx ! Ly ! Lz ! L contains eight electrons. ...
 40.24: For 20, what multiple of h2 /8mL2 gives the energy of (a) the first...
 40.25: For the situation of 21, what multiple of h2 /8mL2 gives the energy...
 40.26: For the situation of 23, what multiple of h2 /8mL2 gives the energy...
 40.27: Two of the three electrons in a lithium atom SSM h2 /8mL2 Figure 40...
 40.28: Show that the number of states with the same quantum number n is 2n2 .
 40.29: A recently named element is darmstadtium (Ds), which has 110 electr...
 40.30: For a helium atom in its ground state, what are quantum numbers ( )...
 40.31: Consider the elements selenium (Z ! 34), bromine (Z ! 35), and kryp...
 40.32: Suppose two electrons in an atom have quantum numbers n ! 2 and . (...
 40.33: Through what minimum potential difference must an electron in an x...
 40.34: The wavelength of the Ka line from iron is 193 pm. What is the ener...
 40.35: In Fig. 4013, the x rays shown are produced when 35.0 keV electron...
 40.36: When electrons bombard a molybdenum target, they produce both conti...
 40.37: Show that a moving electron cannot spontaneously change into an xr...
 40.38: Here are the Ka wavelengths of a few elements: Element l (pm) Eleme...
 40.39: Calculate the ratio of the wavelength of the Ka line for niobium (N...
 40.40: (a) From Eq. 4026, what is the ratio of the photon energies due to...
 40.41: The binding energies of Kshell and Lshell electrons in copper are...
 40.42: From Fig. 4013, calculate approximately the energy difference EL #...
 40.43: A tungsten (Z ! 74) target is bombarded by electrons in an xray tu...
 40.44: A 20 keV electron is brought to rest by colliding twice with target...
 40.45: X rays are produced in an xray tube by electrons accelerated throu...
 40.46: Determine the constant C in Eq. 4027 to five significant figures b...
 40.47: The active volume of a laser constructed of the semiconductor GaAlA...
 40.48: A highpowered laser beam (l ! 600 nm) with a beam diameter of 12 c...
 40.49: Assume that lasers are available whose wavelengths can be precisely...
 40.50: A hypothetical atom has only two atomic energy levels, separated by...
 40.51: A hypothetical atom has only two atomic energy levels, separated by...
 40.52: A laser emits at 424 nm in a single pulse that lasts 0.500 ms. The ...
 40.53: A heliumneon laser emits laser light at a wavelength of 632.8 nm an...
 40.54: A certain gas laser can emit light at wavelength 550 nm, which invo...
 40.55: A pulsed laser emits light at a wavelength of 694.4 nm. The pulse d...
 40.56: A population inversion for two energy levels is often described by ...
 40.57: A hypothetical atom has two energy levels, with a transition wavele...
 40.58: The mirrors in the laser of Fig. 4020, which are separated by 8.0 ...
 40.59: Figure 4024 shows the energy levels of two types of atoms. Atoms A...
 40.60: The beam from an argon laser (of wavelength 515 nm) has a diameter ...
 40.61: The active medium in a particular laser that generates laser light ...
 40.62: Ruby lases at a wavelength of 694 nm. A certain ruby crystal has Cr...
 40.63: Figure 4025 is an energylevel diagram for a fictitious threedime...
 40.64: ight shines on the atmosphere of Mars, carbon dioxide molecules at ...
 40.65: Excited sodium atoms emit two closely spaced spectrum lines called ...
 40.66: Comet stimulated emission. When a comet approaches the Sun, the inc...
 40.67: Show that the cutoff wavelength (in picometers) in the continuous x...
 40.68: By measuring the goandreturn time for a laser pulse to travel fro...
 40.69: Can an incoming intercontinental ballistic missile be destroyed by ...
 40.70: A molybdenum (Z ! 42) target is bombarded with 35.0 keV electrons a...
 40.71: An electron in a multielectron atom is known to have the quantum nu...
 40.72: Show that if the 63 electrons in an atom of europium were assigned ...
 40.73: Lasers can be used to generate pulses of light whose durations are ...
 40.74: Show that + ! 1.06 " 10 #34 J$s ! 6.59 " 10 #16 eV$s
 40.75: Suppose that the electron had no spin and that the Pauli exclusion ...
 40.76: (A correspondence principle problem.) Estimate (a) the quantum numb...
 40.77: Knowing that the minimum xray wavelength produced by 40.0 keV elec...
 40.78: Consider an atom with two closely spaced excited states A and B. If...
 40.79: In 1911, Ernest Rutherford modeled an atom as being a point of posi...
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