Chem 110, 2002 Upper Right
A. Ephoton = _____-B -
B. ln = _____ 6.626 x 10-34 JAs
C. DE = _____ 3.00 x 108 m/s
D. B = _____ hn
E. h = _____ 2.179 x 10-18J
2. a. Calculate the energy involved when the electron in a hydrogen atom changes from n=6 to n=2.
b. Is the energy for transition 6à2 absorbed or emitted by the atom? ___________________________
3. a. Calculate the frequency of green light having wavelength of 520 nm
b. Calculate the energy, per photon, of this green light (520 nm).
c. Would red light have the same, longer, or shorter wavelength than green light? ______________
4. In what specific subshell will an electron having the quantum numbers n = 6, l = 1, ml = -1 be found?
5. What are the n, l and ml quantum numbers corresponding to the 5f subshell?
n = __________________ l = ___________________ ml = ____________________