chemhw - = 10,665,278 1 = 10,665,278/lambda 9 * 10-8 =...

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Nick Buttler 52. 56a. 3 because it’s traveling through low energy levels b. 1/lambda = 1.097 * 10 7 (1/1 – 1/49) = 10,746,122 1 = 10,746,122lambda 9 * 10 -8 = lambda 1/lambda = 1.097 * 10 7 (1/4 – 1/49) = 223,877.95 1 = 223,877.95lambda 4.47 * 10 -6 = lambda 1/lambda = 1.097 * 10 7 (1/1 – ¼) = 8,227,500 1 = 8,227,500lambda 1.2 * 10 -7 = lambda 1 because the lowest wavelength is the highest frequency 0.00000009 0.00000447 0.00000012 c. 1 because see above d. 1/lambda = 1.097 * 10 7 (1/1 – 1/36)
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Unformatted text preview: = 10,665,278 1 = 10,665,278/lambda 9 * 10-8 = lambda 9 * 10-8 * nu = 3.00 * 10 8 nu = 27 s-1 65a. number that describes the energy of electrons in an atom region in space where the electron is most likely to be found b. 3 n , l , m l 67. n describes the energy level/shell the electron is in, l describes the subshell, m l is an orbital in a subshell, m s is the spin 69a. 10 n = n = 4 n = 3 n = 2 n = 1 b. 21 71. 0; 0; 3...
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This homework help was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course CM 1113 taught by Professor Hutchinson during the Fall '07 term at Lipscomb.

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chemhw - = 10,665,278 1 = 10,665,278/lambda 9 * 10-8 =...

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