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Solved Example

Ex.1

The mass charge ratio for A+ ion is 1.97 107 kg C1. Calculate the mass of A atom.

Sol.

Given

m

= 1.97 107

e

m = 3.16 1026 kg

Ex.2

Sol.

Qh = E

h = E = erg

sec 1

Ex.3

AIR service on Vividh Bharati is transmitted on 219 m band. What is its transmission frequency in Hertz ?

Sol.

Given

= 219 m

or

Ex.4

Thus, =

3.0 108

= 1.37 106 Hz

219

The ionization energy of He+ is 19.6 1018 J atom1. The energy of the first stationary state of Li+2 will be :

[1] 84.2 1018 J/atom

Ans. [2]

Sol.

E1 for He+ = E1 for H Z2He = E1 for H 4

or E1 for Li+2 =

9

9

E1 for He+ = 19.6 1018

4

4

Ex.5

Atomic radius is of the order of 108 cm and nuclear radius is of the order of 1013 cm. Calculate what fraction of

atom is occupied by nucleus ?

Sol.

Volume of nucleus

4 3 4

r = (1013)3 cm3

3

3

Volume of atom

4

(108)3 cm3

3

VN

1039

=

= 1015

VAtom

1024

Ex.6

(a) n = 3, l = 2, m = 2, s = +1/2

(b) n = 3, l = 2, m = 1, s = 0

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