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9/6/2011 1 Thought Question! D p = mass x error in velocity Consider two particles traveling at identical velocities, each with a 0.5% error in velocity. Which would have the greatest error in position? A. The heavier particle B. The lighter particle Thought Question Which would you expect to have the larger error in momentum ( D p)? electron ( 9 x 10 -31 kg, moving at half the speed of light with an error of 0.5%) bullet ( 3.89 x 10 -3 kg, moving at 395 m/s with an error in velocity of 0.5%) A. The electron B. The bullet C. They would have the same value for D p Thought Question Which would you expect to have the larger error in position ( D x): the electron or the bullet? electron ( 9 x 10 -31 kg, moving at half the speed of light with an error of 0.5%) bullet ( 3.89 x 10 -3 kg, moving at 395 m/s with an error
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Unformatted text preview: in velocity of 0.5%) A. The electron B. The bullet C. They would have the same value for D x Thought Questions 1. Where will 3 2 be zero? A. Point A C. Point C B. Point B 2. Of the points labeled, where would you be MOST likely to find the particle? A. Point A B. Point B C. Point C D. Point A or Point C A B C Check Your Understanding! Consider the following statements: 1. An e-with n=3 could be in a d sublevel. 2. There are exactly two separate orbitals within the l =2 sublevel. 3. An e-with n=2 must be in an s orbital 4. An e-could have the following set of quantum numbers: n = 4, l = 3, m l = -2, m s = +1/2 Which of these are FALSE? a. # 1 only b. # 1 and 2 only c. # 2 only d. # 2 and 3 only e. # 2, 3, and 4 only...
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