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SCSCHEM101 F13 QUIZ #6

NAME: ______________________
SCORE: __________ /

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1. Consider the electromagnetic radiation wave function shown below. Calculate the
energy (in J/photon) of this radiation. ( c = ; E = h ; c = 2.998 x 108 m/s ; h
= 6.626 x 10-34 J s )
( 3 pts )

A. 4.73 x 10-18 J B. 18.9 x 10-17 J C. 1.06 x 10-19 J D. 9.46 x 10-18J


2. The threshold frequency of metallic indium has the following value: o = 9.95 x 1014
s-1. Will radiation
with a wavelength of = 500 nm produce the photoelectric effect in indium metal?
(HINT: the equations above will help).
( 3 pts )
A.

YES

or

B. NO

3. The emission spectrum for a one electron species in the gas phase is shown below.
The lines represent transitions from excited states to the ground state.
(3 pts)

PART 1. What are the initial (ni) and final (nf) principal quantum numbers for the
relaxation represented by line A above?
A. ni = 2, nf = 1
=4

B. ni = 3, nf = 1 C. ni = 2, nf = 4

D. ni = 4, nf = 1 E. ni = 1, nf

PART 2. Which transition has a larger absolute value in terms of the energy ( E )?
A

or

4. The emission spectrum for a relaxation from ni = 4 to nf = 1 correponds to an


energy difference of -1.839 x 10-17 J. What is the nuclear charge (Z) of the one
electron species that generated this emission spectrum? ( En = -Z2 RH / n2 ; E
= Enf Eni ; RH = 2.18 x 10-18 J )
(3 pts)
A. +3

B. +2
E. -2

C. +1

D. -1

SCSCHEM101 F13 QUIZ #6

NAME: ______________________
SCORE: __________ /

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5. A proton with mass of 1.673 x 10-27 kg is accelerated to a velocity of 2.998 x 107


m/s. This velocity can be measured with a precision of 1%. What is the uncertainty
in the position of this proton?
( p = m v ; x x p = h / 4 ; h = 6.626 x 10-34 J s )
( 4 pts )
A. 10-11 m
B 10-12 m
C. 10-13 m
D. 10-14 m
E. 10-15 m
6. Which statement about wavefunctions ( ) and the Schrodinger equation is
correct?
(3 pts )
A. The wavefunction describes the probability of finding an electron in a specific
location.
B. The square of the wavefunction (2 ) describes the probability of finding an
electron in a specific location.
C. The wavefunction only applies to two dimensions for orbitals.
D. The square of the wave function (2 ) is equal to the energy of the orbital.
7. Provide the requested information about the atomic orbitals depicted below.
(3 pts )

PART I. What is the orbital angular momentum number (l) for the orbitals shown above?
( 3 pts )
A. 0

B. 1

C. 2

D. 3

E. 4

PART II. What is the designation for these orbitals?


A. S

B. p

C. d

D. f

PART III. Assuming n is the same for each, are these orbitals degenerate?
or
NO
8.

YES

The electron orbital diagram for nitrogen is shown below. What is the electron
configuration for F?

SCSCHEM101 F13 QUIZ #6

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EXTRA CREDIT
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( 1.5

Match the principle or rule in the left column with the definition from the right column.
_______

Aufbau Principle A. No two electrons in an atom may have the same four
quantum numbers.

_______
Hunds Rule
orbitals singly.
_______
order of

B. When degenerate orbitals exist, electrons occupy these

Pauli Exclusion Principle

C. Electrons configurations are assigned in


Increasing atomic number.