Question

Consider the Bohr model of the hydrogen atom for which an
electron in the ground state executes uniform circular motion about
a stationary proton at radius a_{0}. (a) Find an expression
for the kinetic energy of the electron in the ground state. (b)
Find an expression for the potential energy of the electron in the
ground state. (c) Find an expression for the ionization energy of
an electron from the ground state of the hydrogen atom. The
ionization energy is the energy required to remove the electron
from the ground state to a position very far from the proton so
that it has no kinetic energy. Using numerial values from the text,
show that the it requires 13.6 eV to ionize an electron from the
ground state of H.

Answer #1

Answer the following questions using the Bohr model of the
hydrogen atom.
a) A hydrogen atom is the n = 3 excited state when its electron
absorbs a photon of energy 4.40 eV. Draw a diagram roughly to
scale, of relevant energy levels for this situation. Make sure to
show and label the initial energy of the H atom in the n=3 state,
the energy level at which this atom loses its electron, and kinetic
energy of the electron.
b)What...

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A) 0eV
B) –3.4 eV
C) –6.8 eV
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<∞?

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3).
a) What photon energies can be observed from transitions between
these levels? Label these in increasing order as E1,
E2, and E3.
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