 27.1: 1. (I) What is the value of e/m for a particle that moves in a circ...
 27.2: 2. (II) (a) What is the velocity of a beam of electrons that go und...
 27.3: 3. (II) An oil drop whose mass is determined to be 2.8 x 10 15 kg i...
 27.4: 4. (I) How hot is a metal being welded if it radiates most strongly...
 27.5: 5. (I) Estimate the peak wavelength for radiation from (a) ice at 0...
 27.6: 6. (I) () What is the temperature if the peak of a blackbody spectr...
 27.7: 7. (I) An HCI molecule vibrates with a natural frequency of 8.1 X 1...
 27.8: 8. (II) The steps of a flight of stairs are 20.0 cm high (verticall...
 27.9: 9. (II) Estimate the peak wavelength of light issuing from the pupi...
 27.10: 10. (I) What is the energy of photons (joules) emitted by an 88.5M...
 27.11: 11. (I) What is the energy range (in joules and eV) of photons in t...
 27.12: 12. (I) A typical gamma ray emitted from a nucleus during radioacti...
 27.13: 13. (I) About 0.1 eV is required to break a hydrogen bond in a prot...
 27.14: 14. (I) Calculate the momentum of a photon of yellow light of wavel...
 27.15: 15. (I) What is the momentum of a A = 0.010 nm Xray photon ?
 27.16: 16. (II) The human eye can respond to as little as 10 18 J of light...
 27.17: 17. (II) What minimum frequency of light is needed to eject electro...
 27.18: 18. (II) What is the longest wavelength of light that will emit ele...
 27.19: 19. (II) The work functions for sodium, cesium, copper, and iron ar...
 27.20: 20. (II) In a photoelectriceffect experiment it is observed that n...
 27.21: 21. (II) What is the maximum kinetic energy of electrons ejected fr...
 27.22: 22. (II) Barium has a work function of 2.48 eV. What is the maximum...
 27.23: 23. (II) When UV light of wavelength 285 nm falls on a metal surfac...
 27.24: 24. (II) The threshold wavelength for emission of electrons from a ...
 27.25: 25. (II) A certain type of film is sensitive only to light whose wa...
 27.26: 26. (II) When 230nm light falls on a metal, the current through a ...
 27.27: 27. (II) In a photoelectric experiment using a clean sodium surface...
 27.28: 28. (II). Show that the energy F (in electron volts) of a photon wh...
 27.29: *29. (II) The quantity h/m0c, which has the dimensions of length, i...
 27.30: *30. (II) Xrays of wavelength A = 0.120 nm are scattered from carb...
 27.31: * 31. (Ill) In the Compton effect, a 0.100nm photon strikes a free...
 27.32: 32. (I) How much total kinetic energy will an electronpositron pai...
 27.33: 33. (II) What is the longest wavelength photon that could produce a...
 27.34: 34. (II) What is the minimum photon energy needed to produce a p' ...
 27.35: 35. (II) An electron and a positron, each moving at 1.0 X 105 m/s. ...
 27.36: 36. (II) A gammaray photon produces an electronpositron pair, eac...
 27.37: 37. (I) Calculate the wavelength of a 0.23kg ball traveling at 0.1...
 27.38: 38. (I) What is the wavelength of a neutron (m = 1.67 X 1027 kg) t...
 27.39: 39. (I) Through how many volts of potential difference must an elec...
 27.40: 40. (II) Calculate the ratio of the kinetic energy of an electron t...
 27.41: 41. (II) An electron has a de Broglie wavelength A = 5.0 x 10~lom. ...
 27.42: 42. (II) What is the wavelength of an electron of energy (<?) lOeV,...
 27.43: 43. (II) Show that if an electron and a proton have the same nonrel...
 27.44: 44. (II) Calculate the de Broglie wavelength of an electron in your...
 27.45: 45. (Ill) A Ferrari with a mass of 1400 kg approaches a freeway und...
 27.46: 46. (II) What voltage is needed to produce electron wavelengths of ...
 27.47: 47. (II) Electrons are accelerated by 2450 V in an electron microsc...
 27.48: 48. (I) For the three hydrogen transitions indicated below, with n ...
 27.49: 49. (I) How much energy is needed to ionize a hydrogen atom in the ...
 27.50: 50. (I) The third longest wavelength in the Paschen series in hydro...
 27.51: 51. (I) Calculate the ionization energy of doubly ionized lithium. ...
 27.52: 52. (I) (a) Determine the wavelength of the second Balmer line (n =...
 27.53: 53. (I) Evaluate the Rydberg constant R using Bohr theory (compare ...
 27.54: 54. (II) What is the longest wavelength light capable of ionizing a...
 27.55: 55. (II) What wavelength photon would be required to ionize a hydro...
 27.56: 56. (II) In the Sun. an ionized helium (He+) atom makes a transitio...
 27.57: 57. (II) Construct the energylevel diagram for the He+ ion (see Fi...
 27.58: 58. (II) Construct the energylevel diagram for doubly ionized lith...
 27.59: 59. (II) What is the potential energy and the kinetic energy of an ...
 27.60: 60. (II) An excited hydrogen atom could, in principle, have a radiu...
 27.61: 61. (II) Is the use of nonrelativistic formulas justified in the Bo...
 27.62: 62. (Ill) Suppose an electron was bound to a proton, as in the hydr...
 27.63: 63. (Ill) Suppose a particle of mass m is confined to a onedimensio...
 27.64: 64. The Big Bang theory states that the beginning of the universe w...
 27.65: 65. At low temperatures, nearly all the atoms in hydrogen gas will ...
 27.66: 66. A beam of 85eV electrons is scattered from a crystal, as in X...
 27.67: 67. A microwave oven produces electromagnetic radiation at A = 12.2...
 27.68: 68. Sunlight reaching the Earths surface has an intensity of about ...
 27.69: 69. A beam of red laser light (A = 633 nm) hits a black wall and is...
 27.70: 70. If a 100W lightbulb emits 3.0% of the input energy as visible ...
 27.71: 71. An electron and a positron collide head on, annihilate, and cre...
 27.72: 72. By what potential difference must (a) a proton (m 1.67 X 1027 ...
 27.73: 73. In some of Rutherford's experiments (Fig. 2718) the a particle...
 27.74: 74. By what fraction docs the mass of an H atom decrease when it ma...
 27.75: 75. Calculate the ratio of the gravitational to electric force for ...
 27.76: 76. Electrons accelerated by a potential difference of 12.3 V pass ...
 27.77: 77. In a particular photoelectric experiment, a stopping potential ...
 27.78: 78. In an Xray tube (see Fig. 2535 and discussion in Section 2511...
 27.79: 79. The intensity of the Sun's light in the vicinity of the Earth i...
 27.80: 80. Tight of wavelength 300 nm strikes a metal whose work function ...
 27.81: 81. Photons of energy 6.0 eV are incident on a metal. It is found t...
 27.82: 82. Visible light incident on a diffraction grating with slit spaci...
 27.83: 83. (a) Suppose an unknown element has an absorption spectrum with ...
 27.84: 84. Light of wavelength 424 nm falls on a metal which has a work fu...
 27.85: 85. An electron accelerated from rest by a 96V potential differenc...
 27.86: 86. Estimate the number of photons emitted by the Sun in a year. (T...
 27.87: 87. Apply Bohr's assumptions to the EarthMoon system to calculate ...
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