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Review of Lecture 5: Multiple ionization energies reveal that the electrons occupy distinct “shells” of similar energy; maximum occupancies 2, 8, 8, 18, 18,… Light waves useful as probe of energy levels of atoms— where it may act like a particle, the photon Energy of light E=h per photon) H-atoms transitions (emission and absorption) satisfy the form Reading:
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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 5 Characteristics of Waves: Diffraction particle wave Characteristics of Waves: Interference? Characteristics of Particles: Interference? Or Not? Characteristics of Particles: Interference A test: Sending particles through a double-slit experiment Separation comparable to wavelength of the particle Perfect Wave Increasing numbers of particles...
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