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Exam 2 Study Guide This is a summary of the key concepts you should understand and be able to apply for Exam 2. Applying the concepts means DOING calculations. NOTE that all content and skills from Exam 1 are also fair game, as well as Chapters 1- 5. Chapter 7 Wave Nature of Light Wavelength, frequency, speed of light, amplitude, nodes Know relative ordering of EM radiation Know relative ordering of visible light (long wavelength to short wavelength: ROYGBIV) Particle Nature of Light Planck & Einstein: light is quantized: E = h ν = hc/ λ (we won't give these equations!) Photoelectric effect, work function – we will give equation related to this Atomic Spectra What it is? The origin of it Bohr’s Model of H atom How to calculate energy, wavelength, frequency or n values associated with transitions in H atom – we will give both equations assoc. with transitions in H atom Wave-Particle Duality Light & Matter BOTH behave like waves and particles de Broglie wavelength of matter – we’ll give you this equation
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