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Chapter 38: Quantization

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Physics for Scientists and Engineers: A Strategic Approach with Modern Physics
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93 Questions for Chapter 38: Quantization

  1. a. A negatively charged electroscope can be discharged by shining an ultraviolet light on it. How does this happen?

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  2. Which metals in Table 38.1 exhibit the photoelectric effect for (a) light withλ=400nm and (b) light with λ=250nm

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  3. Imagine that the horizontal box of Figure 38.14 is instead oriented vertically. Also imagine the box to be on a neutron star where the gravitational field is so strong that the particle in the box slows significantly, nearly stopping, before it hits the top of the box. Make a qualitative sketch of the n = 3 de Broglie standing wave of a particle in this box.

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  4. An FM radio station broadcasts with a power of 10 kW at a frequency of 101 MHz.

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  5. A red laser with a wavelength of 650 nm and a blue laser with a wavelength of 450 nm emit laser beams with the same light power. How do their rates of photon emission compare? Answer this by computing Rred/Rblue.

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  6. If an electron is in a stationary state of an atom, is the electron at rest? If not, what does the term mean?

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  7. FIGURE Q38.12 shows the energy-level diagram of El

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  8. For what wavelength of light does a 100 mW laser deliver 2.50×1017photons per second?

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  9. Consider a hydrogen atom in stationary state n.

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  10. Draw an energy-level diagram, similar to Figure 38.21, for the He+ion. On your diagram:

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