Tanisha Billups 3/29/10 HOMEWORK I-9 9.1b Calculate the energy separations in joules, kilojoules per mole, electronvolts, and reciprocal centimeters between the levels (a) n = 3 and n = 1, (b) n = 7 and n = 6 of an electron in a box of length 1.50 nm. 9.2b Calculate the probability that a particle will be found between 0.65 L and 0.67 L in a box of length L when it has (a) n = 1, (b) n = 2. Take the wavefunction to be a constant in this range. 9.5b What are the most likely locations of a particle in a box of length L in the state n = 5? 9.6b Consider a particle in a cubic box. What is the degeneracy of the level that has an energy 14/3 times that of the lowest level? 9.7b A nitrogen molecule is confined in a cubic box of volume 1.00 m 3 . Assuming that the molecule has an energy equal to 3 / 2 kT at T = 300 K, what is the value of
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