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# Unit17Summary - Problems 28.51[28.55 Tutorial Laser Nuclear...

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My Blackboard All Blackboard Sites Home Help Logout Course Map Announcements Course Info/Calendar Unit 10 Unit 11 Unit 12 Unit 13 Unit 14 Unit 15 Unit 16 Unit 17 Unit 18 all videos My Grades Unit 17 Assignment [square brackets] = optional problem or activity—for additional practice. {curly brackets} = optional topic , not covered on the tests. Matter waves and de Broglie wavelength Read GRR sec. 28.1, 28.2, {28.3} Problems: 28.1, 28.7, 28.9, [28.60] Tutorials: deBroglie wavelength, Classical vs. relativistic Uncertainty principle; wave functions for conFned particle Read GRR, sec. 28.4-28.5 Problems: 28.17, [28.21], 28.25, 28.27, 28.31, [28.71] Tutorial: Electron in a box Hydrogen atom quantum numbers; Pauli exclusion principle Read GRR, sec. 28.6-28.7 Problems: [28.36] , 28.37, 28.41, [28.45] Tutorials: Quantum numbers, Helium atom, Neon atom Lasers; Tunneling Read GRR, sec. 28.9-28.10
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Unformatted text preview: Problems: 28.51, [28.55] Tutorial: Laser Nuclear structure, strong force, binding energy Read GRR, sec. 29.1-29.2 Problems: 29.5, 29.11. 29.15 [Video 17-1 Nuclear Energy] Radioactivity, radioactive decay rates and half-lives, radiocarbon dating Read GRR sec. 29.3, 29.4, {29.5} Problems: 29.21, 29.25, [29.29], 29.33, 29.36 , [29.37], [29.41], 29.48 Tutorials: Radioactive decay, Radiocarbon dating Nuclear reactions Read GRR, sec. 29.6, 29.7, {29.8} Tutorial: Neutron detector Problems: 29.49, 29.53, [29.55], [29.79] Laboratory Experiment 17 (p. 17-5 in Study Guide) {±undamental particles and interactions: Read GRR, Chapter 30} Finishing the Unit Review Master the Concepts in Chapters 28 and 29 [Multiple choice questions 1-10, Ch 28] [Conceptual questions 2, 3, 10, Ch 28] 1 of 1 5/16/09 1:01 PM...
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