apc_section_2

apc_section_2 - atomic or inter ionic separation and use...

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Assessment Performance Criteria Section 2 – Atomic Structure and Bonding Students will be able to: 2.1 Given parameters such as density and atomic weight, determine the number of atoms in a typical solid material of given dimensions. 2.2 describe electronic structure in the spdf notation for atoms and ions. 2.3 draw a planetary model and/or an energy-level diagram characterizing electrons in a single atom. 2.4 differentiate between an allowed electron energy level and a forbidden electron energy level. 2.5 quantitatively determine if specific transitions can occur between different allowed electron energy levels. 2.6 plot a curve which shows energy as a function of interparticle (e.g. inter
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Unformatted text preview: atomic or inter ionic ) separation and use this to: (i) explain why bonds form between particles; (ii) determine how strong these bonds are; or (iii) determine the equilibrium interparticle spacing;. 2.7 Draw an energy-band diagram for a solid containing N atoms and be able to compare and contrast this diagram to an energy-level diagram characteristic of a single atom. 2.8 Use energy-band diagrams do differentiate between electrical conductors, insulators, and semiconductors. 2.9 Differentiate between the various types of primary (metallic, ionic, covalent, mixed) and secondary bonds....
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This note was uploaded on 10/03/2009 for the course E e 344l taught by Professor Libera during the Spring '09 term at Stevens.

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