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Feica Aténico y Molow lay d JPombre: Ange! bomez 14, (a) Find the value of Z, for the helium atom which, when used in the energy equation, (9-27), leads to agreement with the ground state energy shown in Figure 9-6, (b) Com- pare Z, with Z. (0) Is Z, meaningful for an atom with as few electrons as helium? Explain briefly. gay 2 ) pe. ene" - dn Ey . 9) E=-Grelant 7g base Me! B--E, -80eV = 22 (3,beV) Z=242 b) para Ja copa mas externa 2n=N= t,=1 por fo copa interna z#,2 E-2 =0 Ey = 2 ©) Como Z,=! extevw \ 0 interno, el melodo de Pov ilvee w se purcle usar pave el dtomo de Heliv 1 YO que mw se espe qut funcione pova pocas partiadas 16. (a) Use the Z, for the argon atom obtained in Example 9-5 in the one-electron atom ‘equation for the radial coordinate expectation value, to estimate the radii of the n = 1, 2, and 3 shells of the atom. (b) Compare the results with Figure 9-10. a) Z42!% Zs 2-2 = 46 ft -95 Z,=3 Z,=n =3 (yee se ; feo se obtionen fos valore af Anyeo ldo (Vn YE 0,4d0 405924300 di fieven dol ante / | _ 1 vior vesultacdo ov tenido con fu Teoria Hartree-Fock, 19. Write the configurations for the ground states of ?®Ni, ?°Cu, °°Zn, °*Ga. iis estactaetssts piust 38 Meyt tstas'e p635'3 poy! 3d”? Int AS £57 2 P3583 Pius? 3d” Moar istasta pias’ 3 Peyst3dieg fp! 21. Recent work in nuclear physics has led to the prediction that nuclei of atomic number Z=10 might be sufficiently stable to allow some of the element Z = 110 to have survived from the time the elements were created. (a) Predict a likely configuration for this element. (b) Make a prediction of the chemical properties of the element. (c) Where would be a likely place to start searching for traces of it? a) Lan J® ass fod® b) Metal de transicion , won propiedodes simi(aves al Wi By Pt fou gud wo tiene Ja capa d amp lelamente lena c| Elemenlo rocioclivo , quizd se pueda encontrar en Sugates di ad fa srovedad 50a wy huer te , WWD WA estrella we (a. 1, (a) Calculate the wavelength of the 2p to 2s transition in °Li, (b) Find the wavelength dif- ference of the two components into which the line is split by the spin-orbit interaction. alEsp=-3,5eV Eags=-S3eV AEH 14,8 eV y= Heel = 649m A%eV mode drstetje dr-Ade € eS € - 484 xa! - rd el di = =H oan dh=o0holum dd =(ot pm 2. Show that the spin-orbit energy splitting of an alkali atom is given by a ra AE = Flt Dra ‘except for ! = 0, in which case the splitting is zero, e--V# -Ive - VV= dy rt Ve e@ F-P+S JeltestgaLd SAS “IU)-s(s40)] 3. (a) Construct an energy-level diagram for "Na, similar to Figure 10-1, showing all levels ower in energy than the 5s level. (b) Devise a way of indicating the spin-orbit splitting of the levels. (Hint: See Figure 10-8) (c) Indicate which transitions between these levels are allowed by the selection rules. T= 11 “Nos tst25*2 p'3s'3 pus 3d UPS & = fils t4)-Sl O44) 34] 1 we KL eI L)- Y4] 4'Pso BESK 9 y73/2 35 fro sero HP FL ty Pvp beste sf det AE = 1K 58 Jed = 5’51y Dero - AG=kk 45 zo De =0 BERK 3d ded AE =3K