CHEM 105-6 - Quantum Numbers 1. The first number, n, is the...

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Quantum Numbers 1.  The first number, n, is the number of the row that the element is in (1-7) 2. The second quantum number correlates to the shape a. 0 is S b. 1 is P c. 2 is D d. Et cetera 3. The third quantum number is the negative of the second quantum number through the  positive. a. Example: 2 nd  number=1, so third number can be -1, 0, 1 4. The last number is either –½ or +½. Practice: 1.  What is the full set of quantum numbers for the outermost electron of the following  elements: a. Potassium b.  Mercury c. Strontium d. Barium Thermochemistry Things to know
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1.  Energy is conserved.  Heat is a form of energy. 2. 3. Specific Heat Capacity a. Defined as the amount of energy (in calories) that it takes to heat one gram of 
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CHEM 105-6 - Quantum Numbers 1. The first number, n, is the...

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