HW8 - states is the correct term symbol for the 2p state of...

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CHM 374 Spring 2010 HOMEWORK SET 8 Due Wed. March 31 Read Understanding Physical Chemistry ( UPC ), Chapter 7, Sections 7.2-7.4 1. The following questions pertain to the ground (1s) and first two excited (2s and 2p) states of a deuterium (Li 2+ ) ion. a) What is the expectation value of the radius in the above three states? b) What is the expectation value of the potential energy in each of the above states? c) What is the expectation value of the kinetic energy in each of the above state? d) Which of the above states has the largest angular (rotational) kinetic energy? e) What is the term symbol of a Li 2+ ion in a 1p state? f) If the Stern-Gerlach experiment were performed with Li 2+ ion in a 1s state how many spots would be produced? g) What are the two possible term symbols of a Li 2+ ion in a 2p state? h) How could a Stern-Gerlach experiment be used to determine which of the above two
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Unformatted text preview: states is the correct term symbol for the 2p state of a Li 2+ ion? 2. The following questions pertain to an isolated boron (B) atom. a) Use the n + l rule to predict the ground state electron configuration of B. b) What are all the possible values S, L and J for B. c) Use Hunds rules to predict the term symbol corresponding to the lowest energy (ground) state of B. 3. The following questions pertain to an isolated oxygen (O) atom. a) Use the n + l rule to predict the ground state electron configuration of O. b) What are all the possible values S, L and J for O. c) Use Hunds rules to predict the term symbol corresponding to the lowest energy (ground) state of O. Exam III Tue 04/06 8:00p - 9:30p EE 170 This exam will cover material in homework sets 7 and 8 (and the associated lecture and reading material)...
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