ex02 day07 quantum numbers wks

ex02 day07 quantum numbers wks - Walker CH301 Name: _...

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Walker CH301 Name: _______________________ Worksheet: Quantum Numbers and More 1. What element has the quantum numbers 4, 0, 0, -1/2 as the last-filled electron? a. Li b. C c. Be d. Ca e. Ti 2. Write the quantum address for the last-filled electron in bromine. (You can choose either spin value.)
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Walker CH301 Name: _______________________ 3. How many electrons can have n=3 as a quantum number? 4. How many electrons can have =1 as a quantum number? 5. Write the quantum address for the electron that was added to the oxygen atom to form O 1- 6. The logical relationship between the existence of atomic line spectra and the belief in quantized energy levels in atoms was furnished by a. the discovery that the beams in cathode ray tubes consist of streams of electrons. b. the Heisenberg uncertainty principle concerning simultaneous measurement of a particle’s position and momentum. c. Bohr’s hypothesis that E = h ν . d.
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2011 for the course CH 301 taught by Professor Fakhreddine/lyon during the Spring '07 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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