Chapter 7 Atomic Structure and Electron Configurations

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- 74 - Chapter 7 Atomic Structure and Electron Configurations COURSE OUTCOMES ADDRESSED IN THIS CHAPTER: I. Thinking and decision-making A. Gather and comprehend information from reading texts, handouts, lecture manual and lecture notes, and making observations: 1. memorize key information and put it into an appropriate context 2. translate information from one form to another(written words to symbols, diagrams, physical actions, etc.) B. Analyze information: 1. solve a problem/come to a conclusion by working inductively or deductively 5. recognize assumptions 6. identify errors in reasoning C. Apply general principles to specific situations III. Scientific competence: A. Apply the reasoning process used in science: 1. define and classify information unique to chemical systems 2. recognize patterns within chemical systems and be able to compare these PERFORMANCE CRITERIA FOR ABILITY OUTCOMES: 1. Be able to define or explain: alpha particle electron photon atomic weight neutron x-ray atomic number proton isotope beta particle line spectra orbital gamma ray mass number photon degenerate orbitals Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle 2. Identify the following persons with their respective contributions to the development of the atomic theory: Thompson, Millikan, Rutherford, Moseley, Bohr, Planck, Heisenberg, Schrodinger, deBroglie, Stern and Gerlach. 3. Be able to write the correct nuclear symbol for any isotope of any element, e.g., 35 Cl, and to calculate the average atomic weight given the 17 isotopic masses and abundances. 4. Calculate the energy differences between any two allowed energy states of an electron in a hydrogen like atom using the Bohr model equation.
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- 75 - 5. Explain the concepts of wave function, probability, electron density and orbital as used in the quantum mechanical atom. 6. Describe the shapes of s, p, and d orbitals. 7. Describe the four quantum numbers in terms of their significance and range of values. 8.
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