ws2f10 - CH301 Fall 2010 Worksheet 2: From EMR to QM to EC...

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CH301 Fall 2010 Worksheet 2: From EMR to QM to EC and Beyond 1. Relate Electromagnetic radiation to physical phenomena Gamma rays, X-rays, UV, Visible, infrared, microwave, radio, television phenomenon Electromagnetic radiation Cooks food by heating water Burns skin Used in night vision goggles Used in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI’s at hospitals) Makes pretty colored rainbows Splits atom nuclei Makes molecules vibrate Makes molecules rotate Make nuclei spin Let’s you watch your favorite TV show 2. Rank the following five electron transitions in the hydrogen atom from highest energy to lowest energy (think of the Rydberg equation) 2 1 4 2 4 3 5 2 5 1 3. Rank the following five electron transitions in the hydrogen atom from longest to shortest wavelength (think of the Rydberg equation) 3 1 5 2 7 3 4 2 14 6 4. What is the de Broglie wavelength of a standard round fired from a Mauser C96? A standard round would have a mass of 5.6 g and an initial velocity of 430 m·s
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ws2f10 - CH301 Fall 2010 Worksheet 2: From EMR to QM to EC...

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