Chemistry 201X: Quiz #5 October 5, 2007 Name:_____KEY__________________________INFORMATION: ()182221112.18 10JEnn−⎛⎞∆=−×−⎜⎟⎝⎠; hcEhνλ∆= =; hc= 1.99 ×10−25J⋅m; 1 m = 109nm When light is absorbed or emitted by a Hydrogen atom in some initial state with the quantum numbers (n, l, m), the final state can have the azimuthal quantum numbers l+ 1 or l−1. (1) (4 pts)Consider H* with its electron in the n= 3 shell (this electron could be in the 3sor 3por 3dsubshell). If this H* atom emits light so that the final state is H* in the n= 2 shell, write down the possible transitionsthat could take place. (For example, H*(3
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