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The Atomiiic Queeez (if you want the points) Name KEY section _____ (answers will be posted in the unit two folder) count_ X ___ Include WORK and UNITS do not count_____ 1. What is the frequency of a photon with a wavelength of 0.067 nm? (1 point) 2. You have a laser that emits a pure red light at 670 nm. The laser emits 0.088 mols of photons per second. What is the total energy emitted per hour? (4 points) E (per photon) = 3. Fully describe what would happen to an electron that has absorbed 1.81 x 10 -18 joules of energy. (2 pts) Absorbing that energy means it has jumped to a higher ( excited ) energy level (higher energy orbital). It will then release that energy as a photon of E = 1.81 × 10 -18 J as it falls to a lower energy level (lower energy orbital). 4. An electron that exists at a ground state energy of -9.989 x 10 -20 joules absorbs a quantum of energy and jumps to an excited state energy of -8.759 x 10 -20 joules. What will be the energy of the wave it
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