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Warm-up 3 - Fall CHEM 110 Recitation 3 Chapter 6 Part 1...

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Fall CHEM 110 Recitation 3 Recitation 3 Chapter 6 Part 1 Learning Objectives: Structure of the atom (Where are the electrons?) Particle nature of light: the photon Photon energy (E = h ν ) Energies of electromagnetic radiation, relationship to wavelength (E = hc/ λ ) Interpretation of Line spectrum (What is happening that causes the emission lines?) Bohr Model of the hydrogen atom: where is the electron in the H atom? What is the energy of the electron in the H atom? What do we mean by the “energy of the electron”? How does this model explain the line spectrum of H atom? (How do you calculate the energies of the emitted photons? Orbitals: Solutions to Schrodinger equation What is meant by the “electron density” (or the probability of finding an electron)? How do you know where the electron is? Quantum numbers: connection to orbitals What do quantum numbers tell you about size , about shape, and about orientation of an orbital?
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