What is the maximum possible angular momentum (as a multiple of h) of a hydrogen atom with energy ?
The maximum possible angular momentum is .
We need to find the maximum possible angular momentum .
Finding the maximum angular momentum of a hydrogen atom.
know that the hydrogen atom's energy is given as:
Using formula, find the value of :
Now, finding the maximum angular momentum .
Angular momentum is given as:
Three electrons are in a one-dimensional rigid box (i.e., an infinite potential well) of length . Two are in the state and one is in the state. The selection rule for the rigid box allows only those transitions for which is odd.
a. Draw an energy-level diagram. On it, show the filled levels and show all transitions that could emit a photon.
b. What are all the possible wavelengths that could be emitted by this system?
Suppose you put five electrons into a -wide one dimensional rigid box (i.e., an infinite potential well).
a. Use an energy-level diagram to show the electron configuration of the ground state.
b. What is the ground-state energy that is, the total energy of all five electrons in the ground-state configuration?
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