Chapter 3 Goals & Outline

Chapter 3 Goals & Outline - 7) be able to describe...

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Chem 001A Learning Goals Students will: 1) be able to describe the relationship between light and energy, and be able to calculate the energy of electromagnetic radiation given its wavelength, and vice versa. 2) be able to describe the relationship between atomic line spectra and assigned energies of electrons in the atom. 3) be able to describe the concept of wave-particle duality, in regards to both electromagnetic radiation and electrons. 4) be able to describe how the wave-particle nature of electrons explain the limitations of the Bohr model of the atom. 5) be able to describe the concept of wavefunctions and atomic orbitals, and be able to identify the different types of atomic orbitals that are associated with the different quantum numbers. 6) be able to build up atomic orbitals for different elements/atoms, and be able to use these atomic orbital combinations to assign electron configurations for different elements/atoms/ions.
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Unformatted text preview: 7) be able to describe the relationship between the periodic nature of the period table and the building up of atomic orbitals/electron configurations. Outline A. Nature of Light 1. relationship between energy and wavelength 2. wave-particle duality photoelectric effect (3.1, 3.3) B. From the Nuclear Model to the Bohr Model 1. atomic spectra and the quantization of energy in the atom (3.2) C. Wave-particle duality of electrons (3.4, 3.5) 1. de Broglie and the wave nature of particles/electrons 2. the uncertainty principle D. Schrodingers Quantum Mechanical Model (3.6, 3.7, 3.9, 3.10) 1. quantum #s and the quantum mechanical model of the atom a. primary quantum # b. angular quantum # c. magnetic quantum # d. electron spin E. Electron configurations (3.11, 3.12, 3.13) 1. Pauli Exclusion Principle 2. Hunds Rule 3. Using the periodic table to construct electron configurations F. Periodicity and Periodic Trends (3.14) 1. atomic radii 2. nuclear charge...
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