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1 Blackbody radiation and Light: a wave or a particle?

2 Visit: https://checkin.ics.uci.edu/https://checkin.ics.uci.edu/ Log in and select Chem 1A. When prompted, type the word of the day: IS WILL BE GIVEN IN CLASS. Ensure when asked if you will share your location you select “allow”. Visit: https://learningcatalytics.com/https://learningcatalytics.com/ Sign in MasteringChemistry account name When prompted, type session ID: THIS WILL BE GIVEN IN CLASS. Please turn off all downloads. You can usually pause them by clicking on them and clicking pause. Facebook and youtube are officially banned during class time (this is not me micromanaging, it’s a legit internet issue as told to me by OIT).

3 Increasing Voltage Light Bulb Demo Quick Review

4 scienceblogs.com Black Body Radiation: Refresher T= temperature in kelvin max = wavelength of maximum intensity in mm

5 BLACKBODY RADIATION Sun’s temperature: 5700 K scienceblogs.com What does this mean about the types of light the sun emit? A)UV only B) Visible Only C) IR only D) UV, Visible and IR E) I don’t know

6 BLACKBODY RADIATION Sun’s temperature: 5700 K scienceblogs.com What color is the sun? A) Yellow B) Orange C) Purple D) All the colors, which we see as white E) All the colors, which we see as black

7 BLACK BODY RADIATION scienceblogs.com Blackbody radiation depends only on temperature of object K Given this information about a light bulb, why are incandescent bulbs inefficient light sources?

8 BLACKBODY RADIATION Sun’s temperature: 5700 K

9 DOUBLE SLIT EXPERIMENT: YOUNG It’s a wave!

10 DOUBLE SLIT EXPERIMENT Problem 4) Double slit experiment. Draw what the expected out come of each situation B) Light is a particle, 2 slits.

11 PROBLEM 5: VISUALIZATION EXERCISE: PHOTOELECTRIC EFFECT: EINSTEIN It’s both! ACTIVITY DISCUSSION:

12 PHOTOELECTRIC EFFECT The work function for magnesium is 5.90x J. 6) What is the threshold frequency? 7) Calculate the kinetic energy of the ejected electron if the light of frequency 1.80x10 15 is used for irradiating the metal? 8) Calculate the kinetic energy and velocity of the ejected electron if the light of frequency 1.80x10 15 s -1 is used for irradiating the metal.


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