 27.1COQ: It has been found experimentally that(a) light behaves as a wave.(b...
 27.1MCQ: Which of the following statements is true regarding how blackbody r...
 27.1P: (I) What is the value of e/m for a particle that moves in a circle ...
 27.1Q: Does a lightbulb at a temperature of 2500 K produce as white a ligh...
 27.1SL: Name the person or people who did each of the following: (a) made t...
 27.2MCQ: As red light shines on a piece of metal, no electrons are released....
 27.2P: (II) (a) What is the velocity of a beam of electrons that go Undefl...
 27.2SL: State the principle of complementarity, and give at least two exper...
 27.2Q: If energy is radiated by all objects, why can we not see them in th...
 27.3MCQ: A beam of red light and a beam of blue light have equal intensities...
 27.3P: (II) An oil drop whose mass is 2.8 X 1015 kg is held at rest betwe...
 27.3Q: What can be said about the relative temperatures of whitishyellow,...
 27.3SL: Imagine the following Young’s doubleslit experiment using matter r...
 27.4MCQ: Which of the following is necessarily true?(a) Red light has more e...
 27.4P: (I) How hot is a metal being welded if it radiates most strongly at...
 27.4Q: Darkrooms for developing blackandwhite film were sometimes lit by...
 27.4SL: Does each of the following support the wave nature or the particle ...
 27.5MCQ: If a photon of energy E ejects electrons from a metal with kinetic ...
 27.5P: (I) Estimate the peak wavelength for radiation emitted from (a) ice...
 27.5Q: If the threshold wavelength in the photoelectric effect increases w...
 27.5SL: (a) From Sections 22–3, 24–4, and 27–3, estimate the minimum energy...
 27.6MCQ: If the momentum of an electron were doubled, how would its waveleng...
 27.6P: (I) (a) What is the temperature if the peak of a blackbody spectrum...
 27.6Q: Explain why the existence of a cutoff frequency in the photoelectri...
 27.6SL: (a) A rubidium atom (m = 85 u) is at rest with one electron in an e...
 27.7MCQ: Which of the following can be thought of as either a wave or a part...
 27.7P: (I) An HCl molecule vibrates with a natural frequency of 8.1 X 1013...
 27.7Q: UV light causes sunburn, whereas visible light does not. Suggest a ...
 27.7SL: Suppose a particle of mass m is confined to a onedimensional box o...
 27.8MCQ: When you throw a baseball, its de Broglie wavelength is(a) the same...
 27.8P: (II) The steps of a flight of stairs are 20.0 cm high (vertically)....
 27.8Q: The work functions for sodium and cesium are 2.28 eV and 2.14 eV, r...
 27.9MCQ: Electrons and photons of light are similar in that(a) both have mom...
 27.9Q: Explain how the photoelectric circuit of Fig. 27–6 could be used in...
 27.10MCQ: In Rutherford’s famous set of experiments described in Section 27–1...
 27.10P: (I) What is the energy of photons (joules) emitted by a 91.7MHz FM...
 27.10Q: (a) Does a beam of infrared photons always have less energy than a ...
 27.11P: (I) What is the energy range (in joules and eV) of photons in the v...
 27.11MCQ: Which of the following electron transitions between two energy stat...
 27.11Q: Light of 450nm wavelength strikes a metal surface, and a stream of...
 27.12MCQ: If we set the potential energy of an electron and a proton to be ze...
 27.12P: (I) A typical gamma ray emitted from a nucleus during radioactive d...
 27.12Q: If an Xray photon is scattered by an electron, does the photon’s w...
 27.13MCQ: Which of the following is the currently accepted model of the atom?...
 27.13P: (I) Calculate the momentum of a photon of yellow light of wavelengt...
 27.13Q: In both the photoelectric effect and in the Compton effect, a photo...
 27.14MCQ: Light has all of the following except:(a) mass.(b) momentum.(c) kin...
 27.14P: (I) What is the momentum of a ? =0.014 Xray photon?
 27.14Q: Why do we say that light has wave properties?Why do we say that lig...
 27.15P: (I) For the photoelectric effect, make a table that shows expected ...
 27.15Q: Why do we say that electrons have wave properties?Why do we say tha...
 27.16P: (II) About 0.1 eV is required to break a “hydrogen bond” in a prote...
 27.16Q: What are the differences between a photon and an electron? Be speci...
 27.17P: (II) What minimum frequency of light is needed to eject electrons f...
 27.17Q: If an electron and a proton travel at the same speed, which has the...
 27.18P: (II) The human eye can respond to as little as 1018 Jo f light ene...
 27.18Q: An electron and a proton are accelerated through the same voltage. ...
 27.19P: (II) What is the longest wavelength of light that will emit electro...
 27.19Q: In Rutherford’s planetary model of the atom, what keeps the electro...
 27.20P: (II) The work functions for sodium, cesium, copper, and iron are 2....
 27.20Q: When a wide spectrum of light passes through hydrogen gas at room t...
 27.21P: (II) In a photoelectriceffect experiment it is observed that no cu...
 27.22P: (II) What is the maximum kinetic energy of electrons ejected from b...
 27.22Q: (a) List at least three successes of the Bohr model of the atom, ac...
 27.23P: (II) Barium has a work function of 2.48 eV. What is the maximum kin...
 27.23Q: According to Section 27–11, what were the two main difficulties of ...
 27.24P: (II) When UV light of wavelength 255 nm falls on a metal surface, t...
 27.24Q: Is it possible for the de Broglie wavelength of a “particle” to be ...
 27.25Q: How can the spectrum of hydrogen contain so many lines when hydroge...
 27.26P: (II) A certain type of film is sensitive only to light whose wavele...
 27.26Q: Explain how the closely spaced energy levels for hydrogen near the ...
 27.27EA: What is the color of an object at 4000 K?
 27.27EB: A beam contains infrared light of a single wavelength, 1000 nm, and...
 27.27EC: Determine the lowest frequency and the longest wavelength needed to...
 27.27ED: When a photon scatters off an electron by the Compton effect, which...
 27.27EF: Return to the ChapterOpening Question, page 771, and answer it aga...
 27.27P: (II) When 250nm light falls on a metal, the current through a phot...
 27.27Q: In a helium atom, which contains two electrons, do you think that o...
 27.28P: (II) In a photoelectric experiment using a clean sodium surface, th...
 27.28Q: The Lyman series is brighter than the Balmer series, because this s...
 27.29P: (II) Show that the energy E (in electron volts) of a photon whose w...
 27.29Q: Use conservation of momentum to explain why photons emitted by hydr...
 27.30P: (I) A highfrequency photon is scattered off of an electron and exp...
 27.30Q: State if a continuous or a line spectrum is produced by each of the...
 27.31P: (II) The quantity h/mc, which has the dimensions of length, is call...
 27.31Q: Suppose we obtain an emission spectrum for hydrogen at very high te...
 27.32P: (II) Xrays of wavelength ? =0.140 nm are scattered from carbon. Wh...
 27.33P: (I) How much total kinetic energy will an electron–positron pair ha...
 27.34P: (II) What is the longest wavelength photon that could produce a pro...
 27.35P: (II) What is the minimum photon energy needed to Produce µ+ µ a pa...
 27.36P: (II) An electron and a positron, each moving at 3.0 X 105 m/s, coll...
 27.37P: (II) A gammaray photon produces an electron and a positron, each w...
 27.38P: (I) Calculate the wavelength of a 0.21kg ball traveling at 0.10 m/s.
 27.39P: (I) What is the wavelength of a neutron (m =1.67 X 1027 kg) travel...
 27.40P: (II) Through how many volts of potential difference must an electro...
 27.41P: (II) Calculate the ratio of the kinetic energy of an electron to th...
 27.42P: (II) An electron has a de Broglie wavelength ? = 4.5 X 1010 m. (a)...
 27.43P: (II) What is the wavelength of an electron of energy (a) 10 eV, (b)...
 27.44P: (II) Show that if an electron and a proton have the same nonrelativ...
 27.45P: (II) Calculate the de Broglie wavelength of an electron if it is ac...
 27.46P: (III) A Ferrari with a mass of 1400 kg approaches a freeway underpa...
 27.47P: (II) What voltage is needed to produce electron wavelengths of 0.26...
 27.48P: (II) Electrons are accelerated by 2850 V in an electron microscope....
 27.49P: (I) For the three hydrogen transitions indicated below, with n bein...
 27.50P: (I) How much energy is needed to ionize a hydrogen atom in the n =3...
 27.51P: (I) The second longest wavelength in the Paschen series in hydrogen...
 27.52P: (I) Calculate the ionization energy of doubly ionized lithium , whi...
 27.53P: (I) (a) Determine the wavelength of the second Balmer Line (n =4) t...
 27.54P: (I) Evaluate the Rydberg constant R using the Bohr model (compare E...
 27.55P: (II) What is the longest wavelength light capable of ionizing a hyd...
 27.56P: (II) What wavelength photon would be required to ionize a hydrogen ...
 27.57P: (II) In the Sun, an ionized helium (He+) atom makes a transition fr...
 27.58P: (II) Construct the energylevel diagram for the He+ ion (like Fig. ...
 27.59P: (II) Construct the energylevel diagram for doubly ionized lithium
 27.60P: (II) Determine the electrostatic potential energy and the kinetic e...
 27.61P: (II) A hydrogen atom has an angular momentum of 5.273 X 1034 kg .m...
 27.62P: (II) An excited hydrogen atom could, in principle, have a radius of...
 27.63P: (II) Is the use of nonrelativistic formulas justified in the Bohr a...
 27.64P: (III) Show that the magnitude of the electrostatic potential energy...
 27.65P: (III) Suppose an electron was bound to a proton, as in the hydrogen...
 27.66GP: The Big Bang theory (Chapter 33) states that the beginning of the u...
 27.67GP: At low temperatures, nearly all the atoms in hydrogen gas will be i...
 27.68GP: A beam of 72eV electrons is scattered from a crystal, as in Xray ...
 27.70GP: Sunlight reaching the Earth’s atmosphere has an intensity of about ...
 27.72GP: A flashlight emits 2.5 W of light. As the light leaves the flashlig...
 27.73GP: A photomultiplier tube (a very sensitive light sensor), is based on...
 27.74GP: If a 100W lightbulb emits 3.0% of the input energy as visible ligh...
 27.75GP: An electron and a positron collide head on, annihilate, and create ...
 27.77GP: In some of Rutherford’s experiments (Fig. 27–19) the particles had ...
 27.78GP: By what fraction does the mass of an H atom decrease when it makes ...
 27.79GP: Calculate the ratio of the gravitational force to the electric forc...
 27.81GP: In a particular photoelectric experiment, a stopping potential of 2...
 27.82GP: Neutrons can be used in diffraction experiments to probe the lattic...
 27.83GP: In Chapter 22, the intensity of light striking a surface was relate...
 27.84GP: The intensity of the Sun’s light in the vicinity of the Earth is ab...
 27.85GP: Light of wavelength 280 nm strikes a metal whose work function is 2...
 27.86GP: Photons of energy 6.0 eV are incident on a metal. It is found that ...
 27.87GP: What would be the theoretical limit of resolution for an electron m...
 27.88GP: Assume hydrogen atoms in a gas are initially in their ground state....
 27.89GP: Visible light incident on a diffraction grating with slit spacing o...
 27.90GP: (a) Suppose an unknown element has an absorption spectrum with line...
 27.91GP: A photon of momentum 3.53*1028 kg.m/s is emitted from a hydrogen a...
 27.92GP: Light of wavelength 464 nm falls on a metal which has a work functi...
 27.93GP: An electron accelerated from rest by a 96V potential difference is...
 27.94GP: Estimate the number of photons emitted by the Sun in a year. (Take ...
 27.95GP: Apply Bohr’s assumptions to the Earth–Moon system to calculate the ...
 27.96GP: At what temperature would the average kinetic energy (Chapter 13) o...
 27.1: What is the value of for a particle that moves in a circle of radiu...
 27.27.1: What is the value of for a particle that moves in a circle of radiu...
 27.2: (a) What is the velocity of a beam of electrons that go undeflected...
 27.27.2: (a) What is the velocity of a beam of electrons that go undeflected...
 27.3: An oil drop whose mass is is held at rest between two large plates ...
 27.27.3: An oil drop whose mass is is held at rest between two large plates ...
 27.4: How hot is a metal being welded if it radiates most strongly at 520...
 27.27.4: How hot is a metal being welded if it radiates most strongly at 520...
 27.5: Estimate the peak wavelength for radiation emitted from (a) ice at ...
 27.27.5: Estimate the peak wavelength for radiation emitted from (a) ice at ...
 27.6: (a) What is the temperature if the peak of a blackbody spectrum is ...
 27.27.6: (a) What is the temperature if the peak of a blackbody spectrum is ...
 27.7: An HCl molecule vibrates with a natural frequency of What is the di...
 27.27.7: An HCl molecule vibrates with a natural frequency of What is the di...
 27.8: The steps of a flight of stairs are 20.0 cm high (vertically). If a...
 27.27.8: The steps of a flight of stairs are 20.0 cm high (vertically). If a...
 27.9: Estimate the peak wavelength of light emitted from the pupil of the...
 27.27.9: Estimate the peak wavelength of light emitted from the pupil of the...
 27.10: What is the energy of photons (joules) emitted by a 91.7MHz FM rad...
 27.27.10: What is the energy of photons (joules) emitted by a 91.7MHz FM rad...
 27.11: What is the energy range (in joules and eV) of photons in the visib...
 27.27.11: What is the energy range (in joules and eV) of photons in the visib...
 27.12: A typical gamma ray emitted from a nucleus during radioactive decay...
 27.27.12: A typical gamma ray emitted from a nucleus during radioactive decay...
 27.13: Calculate the momentum of a photon of yellow light of wavelength 5....
 27.27.13: Calculate the momentum of a photon of yellow light of wavelength 5....
 27.14: What is the momentum of a Xray photon?
 27.27.14: What is the momentum of a Xray photon?
 27.15: For the photoelectric effect, make a table that shows expected obse...
 27.27.15: For the photoelectric effect, make a table that shows expected obse...
 27.16: About 0.1 eV is required to break a hydrogen bond in a protein mole...
 27.27.16: About 0.1 eV is required to break a hydrogen bond in a protein mole...
 27.17: What minimum frequency of light is needed to eject electrons from a...
 27.27.17: What minimum frequency of light is needed to eject electrons from a...
 27.18: The human eye can respond to as little as of light energy. For a wa...
 27.27.18: The human eye can respond to as little as of light energy. For a wa...
 27.19: What is the longest wavelength of light that will emit electrons fr...
 27.27.19: What is the longest wavelength of light that will emit electrons fr...
 27.20: The work functions for sodium, cesium, copper, and iron are 2.3, 2....
 27.27.20: The work functions for sodium, cesium, copper, and iron are 2.3, 2....
 27.21: In a photoelectriceffect experiment it is observed that no current...
 27.27.21: In a photoelectriceffect experiment it is observed that no current...
 27.22: What is the maximum kinetic energy of electrons ejected from barium...
 27.27.22: What is the maximum kinetic energy of electrons ejected from barium...
 27.23: Barium has a work function of 2.48 eV. What is the maximum kinetic ...
 27.27.23: Barium has a work function of 2.48 eV. What is the maximum kinetic ...
 27.24: When UV light of wavelength 255 nm falls on a metal surface, the ma...
 27.27.24: When UV light of wavelength 255 nm falls on a metal surface, the ma...
 27.25: The threshold wavelength for emission of electrons from a given sur...
 27.27.25: The threshold wavelength for emission of electrons from a given sur...
 27.26: A certain type of film is sensitive only to light whose wavelength ...
 27.27.26: A certain type of film is sensitive only to light whose wavelength ...
 27.27: When 250nm light falls on a metal, the current through a photoelec...
 27.27.27: When 250nm light falls on a metal, the current through a photoelec...
 27.28: In a photoelectric experiment using a clean sodium surface, the max...
 27.27.28: In a photoelectric experiment using a clean sodium surface, the max...
 27.29: Show that the energy E (in electron volts) of a photon whose wavele...
 27.27.29: Show that the energy E (in electron volts) of a photon whose wavele...
 27.30: A highfrequency photon is scattered off of an electron and experie...
 27.27.30: A highfrequency photon is scattered off of an electron and experie...
 27.31: The quantity which has the dimensions of length, is called the Comp...
 27.27.31: The quantity which has the dimensions of length, is called the Comp...
 27.32: Xrays of wavelength are scattered from carbon. What is the expecte...
 27.27.32: Xrays of wavelength are scattered from carbon. What is the expecte...
 27.33: How much total kinetic energy will an electronpositron pair have if...
 27.27.33: How much total kinetic energy will an electronpositron pair have if...
 27.34: What is the longest wavelength photon that could produce a protonan...
 27.27.34: What is the longest wavelength photon that could produce a protonan...
 27.35: What is the minimum photon energy needed to produce a pair? The mas...
 27.27.35: What is the minimum photon energy needed to produce a pair? The mas...
 27.27.36: An electron and a positron, each moving at collide head on, disappe...
 27.36: An electron and a positron, each moving at collide head on, disappe...
 27.27.37: A gammaray photon produces an electron and a positron, each with a...
 27.37: A gammaray photon produces an electron and a positron, each with a...
 27.27.38: Calculate the wavelength of a 0.21kg ball traveling at
 27.38: Calculate the wavelength of a 0.21kg ball traveling at
 27.27.39: What is the wavelength of a neutron traveling at
 27.39: What is the wavelength of a neutron traveling at
 27.27.40: Through how many volts of potential difference must an electron, in...
 27.40: Through how many volts of potential difference must an electron, in...
 27.27.41: Calculate the ratio of the kinetic energy of an electron to that of...
 27.41: Calculate the ratio of the kinetic energy of an electron to that of...
 27.27.42: An electron has a de Broglie wavelength (a) What is its momentum? (...
 27.42: An electron has a de Broglie wavelength (a) What is its momentum? (...
 27.27.43: What is the wavelength of an electron of energy 10 eV, (b) 100 eV, ...
 27.43: What is the wavelength of an electron of energy 10 eV, (b) 100 eV, ...
 27.27.44: Show that if an electron and a proton have the same nonrelativistic...
 27.44: Show that if an electron and a proton have the same nonrelativistic...
 27.27.45: Calculate the de Broglie wavelength of an electron if it is acceler...
 27.45: Calculate the de Broglie wavelength of an electron if it is acceler...
 27.27.46: A Ferrari with a mass of 1400 kg approaches a freeway underpass tha...
 27.46: A Ferrari with a mass of 1400 kg approaches a freeway underpass tha...
 27.27.47: What voltage is needed to produce electron wavelengths of 0.26 nm? ...
 27.47: What voltage is needed to produce electron wavelengths of 0.26 nm? ...
 27.27.48: What voltage is needed to produce electron wavelengths of 0.26 nm? ...
 27.48: What voltage is needed to produce electron wavelengths of 0.26 nm? ...
 27.27.49: For the three hydrogen transitions indicated below, with n being th...
 27.49: For the three hydrogen transitions indicated below, with n being th...
 27.27.50: How much energy is needed to ionize a hydrogen atom in the state?
 27.50: How much energy is needed to ionize a hydrogen atom in the state?
 27.27.51: The second longest wavelength in the Paschen series in hydrogen (Fi...
 27.51: The second longest wavelength in the Paschen series in hydrogen (Fi...
 27.27.52: Calculate the ionization energy of doubly ionized lithium, which ha...
 27.52: Calculate the ionization energy of doubly ionized lithium, which ha...
 27.27.53: (a) Determine the wavelength of the second Balmer line ( to transit...
 27.53: (a) Determine the wavelength of the second Balmer line ( to transit...
 27.27.54: Evaluate the Rydberg constant R using the Bohr model (compare Eqs. ...
 27.54: Evaluate the Rydberg constant R using the Bohr model (compare Eqs. ...
 27.27.55: What is the longest wavelength light capable of ionizing a hydrogen...
 27.55: What is the longest wavelength light capable of ionizing a hydrogen...
 27.27.56: What wavelength photon would be required to ionize a hydrogen atom ...
 27.56: What wavelength photon would be required to ionize a hydrogen atom ...
 27.27.57: In the Sun, an ionized helium atom makes a transition from the stat...
 27.57: In the Sun, an ionized helium atom makes a transition from the stat...
 27.27.58: Construct the energylevel diagram for the ion (like Fig. 2729)
 27.58: Construct the energylevel diagram for the ion (like Fig. 2729)
 27.27.59: Construct the energylevel diagram for doubly ionized lithium
 27.59: Construct the energylevel diagram for doubly ionized lithium
 27.27.60: Determine the electrostatic potential energy and the kinetic energy...
 27.60: Determine the electrostatic potential energy and the kinetic energy...
 27.27.61: A hydrogen atom has an angular momentum of According to the Bohr mo...
 27.61: A hydrogen atom has an angular momentum of According to the Bohr mo...
 27.27.62: An excited hydrogen atom could, in principle, have a radius of 1.00...
 27.62: An excited hydrogen atom could, in principle, have a radius of 1.00...
 27.27.63: Is the use of nonrelativistic formulas justified in the Bohr atom? ...
 27.63: Is the use of nonrelativistic formulas justified in the Bohr atom? ...
 27.27.64: Show that the magnitude of the electrostatic potential energy of an...
 27.64: Show that the magnitude of the electrostatic potential energy of an...
 27.27.65: Suppose an electron was bound to a proton, as in the hydrogen atom,...
 27.65: Suppose an electron was bound to a proton, as in the hydrogen atom,...
 27.27.66: The Big Bang theory (Chapter 33) states that the beginning of the u...
 27.66: The Big Bang theory (Chapter 33) states that the beginning of the u...
 27.27.67: At low temperatures, nearly all the atoms in hydrogen gas will be i...
 27.67: At low temperatures, nearly all the atoms in hydrogen gas will be i...
 27.27.68: A beam of 72eV electrons is scattered from a crystal, as in Xray ...
 27.68: A beam of 72eV electrons is scattered from a crystal, as in Xray ...
 27.27.69: A microwave oven produces electromagnetic radiation at and produces...
 27.69: A microwave oven produces electromagnetic radiation at and produces...
 27.27.70: Sunlight reaching the Earths atmosphere has an intensity of about E...
 27.70: Sunlight reaching the Earths atmosphere has an intensity of about E...
 27.27.71: A beam of red laser light hits a black wall and is fully absorbed. ...
 27.71: A beam of red laser light hits a black wall and is fully absorbed. ...
 27.27.72: A flashlight emits 2.5 W of light. As the light leaves the flashlig...
 27.72: A flashlight emits 2.5 W of light. As the light leaves the flashlig...
 27.27.73: photomultiplier tube (a very sensitive light sensor), is based on t...
 27.73: photomultiplier tube (a very sensitive light sensor), is based on t...
 27.27.74: If a 100W lightbulb emits 3.0% of the input energy as visible ligh...
 27.74: If a 100W lightbulb emits 3.0% of the input energy as visible ligh...
 27.27.75: . An electron and a positron collide head on, annihilate, and creat...
 27.75: . An electron and a positron collide head on, annihilate, and creat...
 27.27.76: By what potential difference must (a) a proton and (b) an electron ...
 27.76: By what potential difference must (a) a proton and (b) an electron ...
 27.27.77: In some of Rutherfords experiments (Fig. 2719) the particles had a ...
 27.77: In some of Rutherfords experiments (Fig. 2719) the particles had a ...
 27.78: By what fraction does the mass of an H atom decrease when it makes ...
 27.27.78: By what fraction does the mass of an H atom decrease when it makes ...
 27.79: Calculate the ratio of the gravitational force to the electric forc...
 27.27.79: Calculate the ratio of the gravitational force to the electric forc...
 27.80: Electrons accelerated from rest by a potential difference of 12.3 V...
 27.27.80: Electrons accelerated from rest by a potential difference of 12.3 V...
 27.81: In a particular photoelectric experiment, a stopping potential of 2...
 27.27.81: In a particular photoelectric experiment, a stopping potential of 2...
 27.82: Neutrons can be used in diffraction experiments to probe the lattic...
 27.27.82: Neutrons can be used in diffraction experiments to probe the lattic...
 27.83: In Chapter 22, the intensity of light striking a surface was relate...
 27.27.83: In Chapter 22, the intensity of light striking a surface was relate...
 27.84: The intensity of the Suns light in the vicinity of the Earth is abo...
 27.27.84: The intensity of the Suns light in the vicinity of the Earth is abo...
 27.85: Light of wavelength 280 nm strikes a metal whose work function is 2...
 27.27.85: Light of wavelength 280 nm strikes a metal whose work function is 2...
 27.86: Photons of energy 6.0 eV are incident on a metal. It is found that ...
 27.27.86: Photons of energy 6.0 eV are incident on a metal. It is found that ...
 27.87: What would be the theoretical limit of resolution for an electron m...
 27.27.87: What would be the theoretical limit of resolution for an electron m...
 27.88: Assume hydrogen atoms in a gas are initially in their ground state....
 27.27.88: Assume hydrogen atoms in a gas are initially in their ground state....
 27.89: Visible light incident on a diffraction grating with slit spacing o...
 27.27.89: Visible light incident on a diffraction grating with slit spacing o...
 27.90: . (a) Suppose an unknown element has an absorption spectrum with li...
 27.27.90: . (a) Suppose an unknown element has an absorption spectrum with li...
 27.91: A photon of momentum is emitted from a hydrogen atom. To what spect...
 27.27.91: A photon of momentum is emitted from a hydrogen atom. To what spect...
 27.92: Light of wavelength 464 nm falls on a metal which has a work functi...
 27.27.92: Light of wavelength 464 nm falls on a metal which has a work functi...
 27.93: An electron accelerated from rest by a 96V potential difference is...
 27.27.93: An electron accelerated from rest by a 96V potential difference is...
 27.94: Estimate the number of photons emitted by the Sun in a year. (Take ...
 27.27.94: Estimate the number of photons emitted by the Sun in a year. (Take ...
 27.95: Apply Bohrs assumptions to the EarthMoon system to calculate the al...
 27.27.95: Apply Bohrs assumptions to the EarthMoon system to calculate the al...
 27.96: At what temperature would the average kinetic energy (Chapter 13) o...
 27.27.96: At what temperature would the average kinetic energy (Chapter 13) o...
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