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Chapter 29 Reading Quiz Dr. Harold Williams

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**Reading Quiz What is the “Balmer formula” a formula for?**

Masses of atomic nuclei of hydrogen isotopes Wavelengths in the hydrogen emission spectrum Energies of stationary states of hydrogen Probabilities of electron position in stationary states of hydrogen Answer: B Slide 29-6

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**Answer What is the “Balmer formula” a formula for?**

Masses of atomic nuclei of hydrogen isotopes Wavelengths in the hydrogen emission spectrum Energies of stationary states of hydrogen Probabilities of electron position in stationary states of hydrogen Answer: B Slide 29-7

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Reading Quiz Which of the following aspects of the stationary states of hydrogen does Bohr’s analysis of the hydrogen atom get right? The existence of a “spin” quantum number The existence of a “magnetic” quantum number The shapes of the electron clouds The energies of the stationary states Answer: D Slide 29-8

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Answer Which of the following aspects of the stationary states of hydrogen does Bohr’s analysis of the hydrogen atom get right? The existence of a “spin” quantum number The existence of a “magnetic” quantum number The shapes of the electron clouds The energies of the stationary states Answer: D Slide 29-9

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