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1 Quantum Mechanics Day 7 Dr. Deborah Walker CH301 Announcements • By the end of today, you should be able to: • Relate ψ to orbitals. List and describethe types of orbitals. • List, define, and describe the four quantum numbers. • Answer puzzling questions regarding the quantum numbers. • Determine the quantum numbers for any given electron. • Apply the Aufbau principle to determine electronic configuration for any atom or ion. MON By appt TUES Deb 12-1:30pm WEL 4.242 Mary 3-5pm WEL Cubicle WED Deb 12-1:30pm WEL 4.242 JiaJia 2-3pm Mary 4-5pm WEL Cubicle THURS Deb 12-1:30pm WEL 4.242 FRI JiaJia 2-3pm WEL Cubicle Ψ Solutions to Schrodinger Equation for the One-Electron Atom Quantum numbers and orbital shapes come from these equations. The H atom Energy Levels Packet…State Levels for H atom • 100 • 200 • 211 • 210 • 21-1 sorb
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2 s Probability Densities Two nodes! A node! p Orbitals + + = p Orbitals d Orbitals d Orbitals f Orbitals See textbook for more.
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3 For More Info http://www.shef.ac.uk/chemistry/orbitron/ Practice • Which letter designates the position for which the wavefunction is zero (i.e. a node)? •1 . A •2 . B • 3. C Summary So Far • In our attempts to describe electrons, where
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