CHEM 1&2 Lab Manual & worksheets pg 99

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Experiment 7: Quantum Mechanics General Chemistry I and II Lab Manual Dakota State University Page 99 of 232 (6) IF enough elements are created to necessitate the use of the “g” subshell (the one immediately following the “f” subshell), how many columns would this block need in the periodic chart? Part III: HyperChem Often, one of the biggest problems with quantum mechanics is the abstract nature of it. The concept of shells, subshells, orbitals and spin all arise as mathematical solutions to Schroedinger’s equation, and our only verification that the results are reasonable at all is by comparison with experiment. We will show in later experiments how these calculations can be used to calculate experimental results, but for the time being, let’s at least get used to what these mathematical tells us by looking at the shapes of orbitals. Start HyperChem on your system. Open up the build tool/periodic chart by double clicking on the “draw” tool. Click on Krypton (Kr); this is the first noble gas that uses s, p, d and
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This note was uploaded on 01/27/2012 for the course CHM 2045 taught by Professor Josephwalter during the Fall '11 term at Dakota State.

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