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Energy is Conserved! E i = hν + E f (emission) or E i + hν = E f (absorption) Three basic interactions: emission, absorption, and stimulated emission. The confusing one is stimulated emission… Franck-Hertz Experiment Bohr Model E = -Z 2 /n 2 What does Ψ represent? How about Ψ 2 ? What are the 3 quantum numbers that characterize each orbital?
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What is the maximum number of electrons in one orbital? What is the maximum number of electrons in the 1 st period? 2 nd ? Schrodinger Equation What is the Schrodinger equation for the one-electron atom?
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