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Electrons and Light

Studying electrons and light

QuestionAnswer
Which energy fall would have the most energy released: Level 5 to Level 1, or Level 1 to Level 5? Level 5 to Level 1
How many electrons can the "f" subshell hold? 14
Where do we find energy levels on the Periodic Table? Rows
Who said we cannot know the location and the speed of an electron at the same time? Hisenberg
Who discovered sublevels? Schrodinger
What is the valence shell of barium? 6
Who proposed a model of the atom with energy levels? Bohr
[Ar] 4s2 3d10 4p1 Gallium
Which element has 6 valence electrons: selenium or bromine? Selenium
1s2 2s2 2p6 Neon
Which element is located in the 3rd energy level: krypton or chlorine? Chlorine
[Ar]...what ion is this: Cl+1 or Cl-1? Cl-1
Which element contains the first "d" electron? Scandium
Which element has a full valence shell: neon or bromine? Neon
Which element has its valence electron in 7s1? Francium
Which element has 3 electrons in its 3p subshell? Phosphorous
1s2 2s2 2p6 3s2 3p6 4s1 3d5 Chromium
What is the maximum number of valence electrons an atom can have? Eight
Empty Bus Seat Rule, Urinal Rule...whose rule is this? Hund's Rule
Which atom has a different number of valence electrons: fluorine, chlorine, oxygen or bromine? Oxygen
Start with the lowest energy first: Whose rule is this? Aufbau
Units of energy. Joules
Two electrons in the same orbital must have opposite spins: Whose rule is this? Pauli
Units of wavelength. Meters
Who says "Only Two!" Pauli
s-1 is the same as: Hertz
The lowest point of a wave. Trough
Units of frequency s-1 or Hertz
Unique wavelengths of light given off by an excited element. Atomic emission spectrum
The highest point of a wave. Crest
Measured from crest to crest or trough to trough. Wavelength
White light contains a(n): Continuous spectrum
How often a wave oscillates up and down. Frequency
The height of a wave from the midline. Amplitude
The energy level that an electron jumps to after absorbing energy is called the: Excited state
Which color of light has the highest energy? Violet
Which color of light has the longest wavelength? Red
Which color of light has the highest frequency? Violet
What is 6.62 x 10-34 Js? Planck's constant
What is 3.0 x 108 m/s? Speed of Light
Energy and frequency have what type of relationship? Direct relationship
Wavelength and energy have what kind of relationship? Indirect relationship
If a wave has high energy, then what is its wavelength and frequency? Low wavelength and high frequency
Which elements are found in the same energy level: Li, Be, S, Ne or H, He? H, He
What is the valence shell for iodine? 5
What is the name given to electrons in the outermost energy level? Valence electrons
How many valence electrons does an atom of chlorine have? 7
How many unpaired electrons are in an oxygen atom? 2
What comes next: 1s, 2s, 2p, 3s, 3p, 4s... 3d
What is the shape of the "d" orbital? Complex
Which of the following has the lowest energy: 5s, 5p, 5d or 5f? 5s
How many orbitals can the "d" subshell hold? 5
What is the maximum number of electrons that can occupy the 4th energy level? 32
How does the energy of an electron change as it moves farther away from the nucleus? It increases
When an electron moves to a higher energy level it is called a(n): Quantum Leap
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