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Chapter 7 Atomic Structure and Periodicity. 7.1-7.2 7.3-7.4 7.5-7.8 7.9-7.11 7.13. Properties of Light. Electromagnetic radiation- the way energy travels through space. This energy travels at the speed of light. Waves. Three characteristics: 1.Wavelength 2.Frequency 3. Speed

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Chapter 7 atomic structure and periodicity

Chapter 7Atomic Structure and Periodicity

7.1-7.2

7.3-7.4

7.5-7.8

7.9-7.11

7.13


Properties of light

Properties of Light

  • Electromagnetic radiation- the way energy travels through space.

  • This energy travels at the speed of light.


Waves

Waves

  • Three characteristics:

    • 1.Wavelength

    • 2.Frequency

    • 3. Speed

    • Wavelength =distance between two peaks (in meters)

    • Frequency = number of waves per second (cycles per second)

    • Speed= travels at speed of light (meters per second)


Continued

continued

  • Inverse relationship b/t. frequency and wavelength.

  • Examples:


7 2 nature of matter

7.2 Nature of Matter

  • Planck discovered:

  • Energy is gained or lost in whole number quantities of hv

  • Planck’s constant h = 6.626 x 10-34 J.s

  • So Planck determined that energy is quantized (measured) in small packets called hv.


Energy of a photon

Energy of a Photon

  • Change in energy can be calculated by:

  • Delta E = nhv

  • n = intergers (1,2,3…)

  • h = 6.626x10-34 J.s (Planck’s constant)

  • v = frequency of EM radiation absorbed or emitted.


A photon

A Photon

  • Einstein viewed electromagnetic radiation as travelling in a stream of particles called “photons”

  • E photon = hv= hc/lamda


To summarize

To summarize….

  • Energy is quantized. It occurs in units called quanta.

  • Electromagnetic radiation exhibits wavelike properties and particulate properties also.


Debroglie equation

deBroglie equation

  • EM radiation shows wavelike and particulate properties.

  • Electrons exhibit particulate and wavelike properties.

  • m = h/lamdav or lamda = h/mv

  • Examples:


7 3 atomic spectrum of hydrogen

7.3 Atomic Spectrum of Hydrogen

  • Excited hydrogen atoms emit light!

  • Hydrogen bonds are broken and H atoms release energy….

  • Excess energy is released by emitting light of different wavelengths.


Figure 7 7 a change between two discrete energy levels emits a photon of light

Figure 7.7 A ChangeBetween Two Discrete Energy Levels Emits a Photon of Light


Figure 7 8 electronic transitions in the bohr model for the hydrogen atom

Figure 7.8 Electronic Transitions in the Bohr Model for the Hydrogen Atom


Line spectrum vs continuous

Line Spectrum vs. Continuous

  • Bohr proposed that an electron orbits the nucleus in a rigidly defined energy level.

    Energy Atom = E photon = E e-final- E e-initial


Continuous spectrum

Continuous Spectrum

  • White light is a contiuous spectrum.

  • The Hydrogen Emission Spectrum is a LINE spectrum

  • Atoms in excited states exhibit line spectrum not continous spectrum.


Bohr model cont d

E = -2.178 x 10-18(Z2/n2)

Z= nuclear charge

n = the size of the radius (the larger the value of n, the larger the orbit radius)

(-) sign means: energy of the electron bound to the nucleus is lower than if electron were at infinity.

At infinite distance, no interaction occurs and the energy is zero.

Bohr model cont’d


Examples

Examples…


7 5 quantum mechanical model

7.5 Quantum Mechanical Model


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