report3_soln - By analog elength of ts between rom exper...

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Chapte 4-3 4-11 4-23 A atom to sufficie indicate er 4 monatomic o which it i ent electron ed charge. The c ion has t s related; i ns to attain . e Solutio he same n it has gain n the 1 on for the numbers of ed (for neg e 3 rd Rep f protons a gative ions port and neutron s) or lost (fo ns as the n or positive neutral ions)
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4-35 AW The ele 4-47 (a) M C (b) B C 4-53 4-63 Th would n 4-69 R the tran W data, n 4-77 W = 0.7215 ement is ru Mg is in Gr CaO and B Ba is in Gr CaCl 2 and his energy not ionize = Rydberg nsition of t e call this not from the 5(84.9117 ubidium, R roup IIA lik BaO, one w roup IIA lik MgCl 2 , we is less tha a Cs atom g constant he electron an empir eory. amu) + 0.2 b. ke Ca and would pred e Ca and M e predict th n the 3.89 . ; n 1 and n 2 n occurs re rical equat 2 2785(86.90 Ba; S is in dict the form Mg; Br is in he formula eV require 2 are two e epresented tion becau 085 amu) Group VIA mula MgS. n Group VI BaBr 2 . ed, so a lig energy stat d as whole use it was = 85.47 am A like O. B IIA like Cl. ght of wave tes or orbit numbers. derived fr mu. y analogy
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