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Reading Guide eBook Lesson: 02 Hydrogen Atom Directions: (1) Click on eBook Lesson 02 Hydrogen Atom (2) The reading guide questions are designed to help you navigate through the eBook and understand important concepts. Please answer the question in order as you are reading. 02-1 Line Spectra (1) What causes emission lines on a line spectra? (2) Are the atomic emission line spectra limited to elements that are gases under normal conditions? If not, what else produces color spectra? How is it done? (3) The Rydberg equation is a formula that was ‘easily extended to cover all series’. What does this mean? 02-2 Bohr’s model (1) In the Bohr model of the atom, how is energy related to stability of the atom? (2) With regards to the electron and proton in the hydrogen atom, what is the relationship between the distance and attraction? How is this related to overall energy and the stability of the atom? 02-3 Matter waves (1) The following three questions are the foundation for learning about quantum numbers.
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