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The Elements. Spectra Part II. The Nucleus. The Nucleus contains positively charged Protons and neutral Neutrons; almost all of the Atom’s mass. The number of protons determines the element. The Electrons.

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The

Elements

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The Nucleus

The Nucleus contains positively chargedProtons and neutral Neutrons; almost all of the Atom’s mass.

The number of protons determines the element.

The Electrons

  • Negatively charged electrons, which are much lighter, orbit the Nucleus moving quite fast.
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Simplest atom: Hydrogen

  • Just 1 proton in the nucleus, orbited by only 1 electron and no neutron.
  • Atoms really are mostly empty space.
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Quantum Mechanics

Electrons can only orbit the nucleus in certain orbits.

n =1First orbital: Ground State)

The Electron prefers the Ground State

Ground State - Lowest energy state

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For an electron to move to a higher orbit, it must gain energy E3 - E2

  • So the atom must absorb a photon of just the correct energy and jump to a higher orbit.
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For the electron to move to a lower orbit, it must lose energy of the correct amount

  • E3 – E2
  • So the atom must emit a photon of energy E3 – E2
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For convenience, the energy levels (orbits) of an atom are represented by horizontal lines. Energy increases as you move upward in the diagram.

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Hydrogen Spectrum

Up absorption

Down emission

All Balmer lines star or end with the second level (n=2)

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Hydrogen Emission Lines: Balmer Lines

When an electron jumps from a higher to a lower energy orbital, a single photon is emitted with exactly the energy difference between orbitals. No more, no less.

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Hydrogen Absorption Lines: Balmer Lines

An electron absorbs a photon with exactly the energy needed to jump from a lower to a higher orbital. No more, no less.

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All stars are made of roughly 75% Hydrogen, 20% Helium, and 5% everything else.

Different absorption line spectra are not due to different chemical composition, but rather the effect of different surface temperatures.

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Hydrogen lines are absent in the hotteststarsbecause,photons ionize electrons.

They are also absent in the coolest stars because, photons don’t have enough energy to move the electrons from n=2 to higher energy levels.

molecules
Molecules
  • Sometimes Atoms combine to form molecules
  • A molecule is the smallest amount of a compound

Molecules can complicate Spectra , because molecules can:

  • Rotate: produces Radio lines
  • Vibrate: produces Infrared lines
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If there are magnetic fields present, the atomic energy levels are split into a larger number of levels and the spectral lines are also split. This splitting is called the Zeeman Effect.

The Zeeman Effect

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The Uncertainty Principle

  • The uncertainty principle of QM states that we cannot know both where something is and how fast it is moving.
    • Thus we cannot predict exactly what will happen in a given experiment.
    • We can only give the probability of an outcome.
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Thanks to the following for allowing me to use information from their web site :

Nick Stobel

Richard Pogge

John Pratt

NASA, JPL, OSHO

W.H.Freeman & Company