Atomic Structure

Atomic Structure - CH13. Atomic structure Hydrogenic atoms...

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1 CH13. Atomic structure Hydrogenic atoms 13.1 The spectra of hydrogenic atoms 13.2 The permitted energies of hydrogenic atoms 13.3 Quantum numbers 13.4 The wavefunctions: s orbitals 13.5 The wavefunctions: p and d orbitals 13.6 Electron spin 13.7 Spectral transitions and selection rules The structures of many-electron atoms 13.8 The orbital approximation 13.9 The Pauli exclusion principle 13.10 Penetration and shielding 13.11 The building-up principle 13.12 The occupation of d orbitals 13.13 The configurations of cations and anions Periodic trends in atomic properties 13.14 Atomic radius 13.15 Ionization energy and electron The spectra of complex atoms 13.16 Term symbols 13.17 Spin–orbit coupling 13.18 Selection rules
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2 The structure and spectra of hydrogenic atoms • H, H 2 + , He + , Li 2+ , O +7 etc. (one elecronic systems only) • When electric discharge is passed through gaseous hydrogen, H 2 molecules dissociate and the energetically excited H atoms that are produced emit light of discrete frequencies • Spectral transitions between energy levels: E= E 2 -E 1 h =hc/ 1 -hc/ 2
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3 Rydberg constant The Swedish spectroscopist Johannes Rydberg noted (in 1890) that all of them are described by the expression
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This note was uploaded on 02/04/2011 for the course CHEM 3050 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Kennesaw.

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