PHYS 112- Chapter 29

PHYS 112- Chapter 29 - at certain discrete angles. Each...

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5/16/11 PHYS 112 Spring 2011 John Jacobson 11
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5/16/11 Rutherford’s Experiment Slide 29-
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5/16/11 Spectroscopy Slide 29-
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5/16/11 Continuous Spectra and Blackbody Radiation Slide 29-
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5/16/11 The Hydrogen Spectrum Balmer’s formula Wavelengths of visible lines in the hydrogen spectrum Slide 29-
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5/16/11 Bohr’s Model of Atomic Quantization Slide 29-
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5/16/11 Frequencies of Photons Emitted in Electron Transitions Slide 29-
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5/16/11 Representing Atomic States Energy-level diagram Slide 29-
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5/16/11 The Bohr Hydrogen Atom Slide 29-
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5/16/11 Energy-Level Diagram of the Hydrogen Atom Slide 29-
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5/16/11 1. Schrödinger found that the energy of the hydrogen atom is given by the same expression found by Bohr, or The integer n is called the principal quantum number . 2. The angular momentum L of the electron’s orbit must be one of the values The integer l is called the orbital quantum number . The Quantum-Mechanical Hydrogen Atom Slide 29-
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5/16/11 3. The plane of the electron’s orbit can be tilted, but only
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Unformatted text preview: at certain discrete angles. Each allowed angle is characterized by a quantum number m , which must be one of the values The integer m is called the magnetic quantum number because it becomes important when the atom is placed in a magnetic field. 4. The electrons spin can point only up or down. These two orientations are described by the spin quantum number m s, which must be one of the values The Quantum-Mechanical Hydrogen Atom (contd) Slide 29-5/16/11 Energy and Angular Momentum of the Hydrogen Atom Slide 29-5/16/11 Energy Levels in Multielectron Atoms Hydrogen atom Multielectron atom Slide 29-5/16/11 Excited States and the Pauli Exclusion Principle Helium atom Lithium atom Slide 29-5/16/11 Excitation by Absorption and Collision Slide 29-5/16/11 Emission Spectra Slide 29-5/16/11 Stimulated Emission and Lasers Slide 29-5/16/11 Photon Amplification Slide 29-5/16/11 A Helium-Neon Laser Slide 29-...
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