Quiz 6 Introduction to Quantum Theory
Wave and particle properties of electromagnetic radiation.
Wave and particle duality of waves and particles.
A brief history on the development of quantum theory.
- Describe the nature of electromagnetic radiation
- Give names for the various ranges of the electromagnetic radiation spectrum
- Give the range of wavelengths in the visible region
- Evaluate wavelength from frequency
speed of light = 3.00e8 m s-1
= wavelength * frequency
in symbols commonly used
c = l n
- Evaluate frequency from wavelength
- Apply Planck's equation E = h n
to evaluate energy of photon
- Apply Einstein's interpretation for the photoelectric experiment
for problem solving.
- spectra, absorption spectra, emission spectra, line spectra,
- hydrogen spectra, Raydberg equation, Raydberg constant,
The Bohr Atom
- Bohr assumption
- Energy level of the hydrogen atom
- Transitions for light emission and absorption
- Balmer series
- Explain rules of quantum numbers.
- Apply quantum number rules to work out the atomic orbitals.
- Describe the properties of atomic orbitals.
- Give the shape of 1s, 2s, 3s, 2p, 3p, and 3d atomic orbitals.
- Describe Pauli exclusion principle.
- Describe Zeeman effect.
- Describe the electron densities of various atomic orbitals.
- Plot the radial electron density for 1s, 2s, 3s, 2p, and 3d atomic
- Construct the periodic table of elements from atomic orbitals.