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Unformatted text preview: most equations will be supplied for exam. Please note that values used for physical constants must be shown in your answers. Partial credit for a problem will be given only if each step of its solution is clearly shown. Please pay attention to significant figures and units and box your final answer. Equations for which you are responsible include E = h = hc/ , c = , KE = ()mv 2 , and p = mv. In addition, you need to know principles such as how to determine the number of radial and angular nodes in a wavefunction, electron configurations, conservation of energy as applied to the photoelectric effect and photoelectron spectroscopy, the relationship between the four quantum numbers, and the physical significance of RPD. You should be able to sketch the RPDs for all orbitals up through n = 4. These are examples of principles that you should know, but this is NOT an all-inclusive list....
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- Spring '03
- Bohr radius, physical constants, chemical science