Chapter_7cd-B

Chapter_7cd-B - Chapter 7c Section 7.5 & 7.6 H = E The...

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Chapter 7c The wave mechanical view of the atom: Quantum Numbers & Orbital Shapes Ψ = Ψ E H
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Schrödinger’s model of the atom describes the electron as __________________: He chose to describe the energy of the electron. Thus__________of the electron is____. Ψ = Ψ E H     = = Ψ H a ___________________________of coordinates x , y , and z describing the electron as a wave. a ______________________like a cosine or a derivative
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Important Points of Schrödinger’s Theory 1. The e is described as a standing wave and thus only certain _________________ are allowed 2. Each wave function ( Ψ ) corresponds to an allowed energy value for the electron, ___ . 3. The energy of an electron is ______. 4. Ψ has no____________.___ is related to the probability of finding the e in a certain region of space. (this is described as_________________) 5. The regions of space where the e may be found for a given energy, E n , is called __________.
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Quantum Numbers Three numbers are required to describe the distribution of the electrons position in 3-D space. For an e these are the quantum numbers: These are all_________ Come out of Schrödinger’s theory They respectively describe ____, _____, and_________ of atomic orbitals where the electron may be found.
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Chapter_7cd-B - Chapter 7c Section 7.5 & 7.6 H = E The...

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