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1 Mapping the Elements Connecting the Atom and the Periodic Table

2 The Shape Sorting Activity What can be learned from this? How does this connect to the P.T. development?

3 Meyer’s Route to the Periodic Table Li Na K Rb

4 Mendeleev’s Route to the Periodic Table What’s the difference between the two approaches and why is this significant?

5 Patterns in the Formulas of Hydrides MgH 2 SbH 3 HBr

6 Patterns in the Formulas of Oxides Sc 2 O 5 Mn 2 O 7 Cu 2 O 2 P2O5P2O5P2O5P2O5 Br 2 O 7 OF 2

7 Henry Moseley and Glenn Seaborg...

8 Helped Us Go from This... To This...

9 But Why Does It Have This Form?

10 The Bohr Model of the Atom I  Bohr’s model was a ‘patchwork’ of classical physics and the new idea classical physics and the new idea of quanta of quanta  It was the first to be able to explain the interaction of matter and light at the interaction of matter and light at the atomic level; it gave a theoretical basis atomic level; it gave a theoretical basis to Balmer / Rydberg’s empirical equation to Balmer / Rydberg’s empirical equation  It was based on several postulates that allowed the calculation of the energy and allowed the calculation of the energy and wavelength of light absorption / emission wavelength of light absorption / emission

11 The Bohr model did have some limitations: It provides no explanation for why the It provides no explanation for why the electrons energy was quantized electrons energy was quantized It doesn’t work with any atom / ion having more than 1 electron It doesn’t work with any atom / ion having more than 1 electron It holds onto the classical idea of precise pathways along which the electron moves It holds onto the classical idea of precise pathways along which the electron moves The Bohr Model of the Atom II

12 The Nature of the Electron, Revisited de Broglie offered an idea which provided a way to overcome one of the limitations of Bohr’s model – the quantized nature of the energy levels: the limitations of Bohr’s model – the quantized nature of the energy levels: If light can exhibit particle-like properties, why can’t electrons exhibit wave-like properties? Davisson & Germer obtainedexperi-mentalproof

13 So, What Is the Electron – Particle or Wave? Our modern understanding says it is neither... until you observe it!

14 “Do you believe in fate, Neo?” Out with the old, concrete model in with the new, cloudy model... You must sacrifice predictability for a less certain probability.

15 The Property of Ionization Energy Ionization energy is the energy to remove an electron from a neutral atom or ion What things affect the ionization energy for a particular atom / ion? 1.C harge 2.D istance As would be predicted by Coulomb’s Law  F = k e x q1 x q2q1 x q2q1 x q2q1 x q2 r2r2r2r2

16 Element Atomic # (Z) 1 st I.E. (MJ / mol) H11.31 He22.37 Li30.52 Be40.90 B50.80 C61.09 N71.41 O81.31 F91.68 Ne Na Mg Al Si P S Cl Ar K Ca200.59

17 Graph of 1st Ionization Energies

18 Sample Data from Photoelectron Spectroscopy

19 Element I.E. G. 1 I.E. G. 2 I.E. G. 3 I.E. G. 4 I.E. G. 5 I.E. G. 6 I.E. G. 7 H1.31 He2.37 Li Be B C N O F Ne Na Mg Al Si P S Cl Ar K Ca Sc

20 The Stern-Gerlach Experiment and the 4 th Quantum Number This experiment lead to the identification of two quantized spin states for the electron / 2 quantized spin states for the electron / 2 and - 1 / 2 – and the spin quantum number (m s ) and - 1 / 2 – and the spin quantum number (m s )

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23 Superatoms The team used photoelectron imaging spectroscopy to examine similarities between a nickel atom and a titanium- monoxide molecule. Left: Graphical displays of energy peaks were similar between a nickel atom and a titanium- monoxide molecule. Right: Bright spots in the images, which correspond to the energy of the electrons emitted during their removal from the atoms' outer shells, appeared to be similar between a nickel atom (right, top) and a titanium- monoxide molecule (right, bottom). (Credit: Castleman lab, Penn State)

24 Why Are Super-Atoms of Interest? VCs 8 and MnAu 24 (SH) 18 magnetic superatoms that mimic a manganese atom. The MnAu 24 cluster is surrounded by sulfur and hydrogen atoms to protect it against outside attack, thus making it valuable for use in biomedical applications. (Credit: Image courtesy of Ulises Reveles, Ph.D, VCU.)


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