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Chemistry Chapter

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form of energy that exhibits wavelike behavior as it travels through space electromagnetic radiation
shortest distance between points on a wave wavelength
number of waves that pass a point per second frequency
was height from the origin to a crest or to a trough amplitude
includes all forms of electromagnetic radiation electromagnetic spectrum
minimum amout of energy that can be gained or lost by an atom quantum
massless particle that carries energy photon
lowest energy state of an atom ground state
all moving particles have wave characteristics de broglie equation
arrangement of atoms electron configuration
electrons in atoms outermost orbitals valence electrons
electrons probable location atomic orbital
size and energy of atomic orbitals principle quantum number
impossible to know both velocity and positio of a particle at the same time heisenberg uncertainty principle
single electrons with same spin...have equal energy..before accepting other electrons with opposite spins hunds rule
each electron occupies the lowest energy orbital avaiable augbau principle
each level one is one...level two is two... energy sublevels
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