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What is Bohr's first law? Electrons orbit in circular patterns around a positive nucleus.
What is Bohr's second law? Only certain radii are allowed; these must satisfy the requirement that the angular momentum(L) is quantized.
What is Bohr's third law? Light is emitted when an electron jumps from a higher energy orbit to a lower energy orbit.
Since the angular momentum is quantized, then only certain ____________ (radii) are allowed and certain ___________________ are allowed. orbits, electron energies
What was Feynman's famous quote? Atoms are completely impossible from the Newtonian point of view.
What type of atoms does Bohrs model work best for? Hydrogen and Hydrogen-like atoms
What type of atoms does Bohrs model not work best for? Any other atoms than Hydrogen and Hydrogen-like atoms
What type of problem is hydrogen? Two body problem
What type of problem is any other atom other than Hydrogen or Hydrogen-like atoms? Multi bodied problem
What does the Bohr model lack? A foundation
What did Louis de Broglie state about light? Light is a wave which can be a particle.
What question did Broglie ask about electrons? Since they are particles, can they behave like waves?
What new paradigm did Broglie develop? Wave mechanics
Whose theory was Schrodinger able to replicate? Bohr's Formula
What does the Pauli Exclusion Principle state? No more than one electron can occupy a quantum state
What extra internal property does the electron have? Spin
What is a valence electron? An electron in the outer unfilled shell
What characterizes a noble gas? A completely filled outer shell
In the Schrodinger model, what represents a particle? A wave packet
What did Wolfgang Pauli create? The Pauli Exclusion Principle
What does the SWE describe? Two electron quantum states
What is spin a measure of? Angular Momentum
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