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Quantum structure of Helium (two-electron) atom. Write down electronic configurations of the ground state and of all excited states in the n = 2 manifold, and it's energy.

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(I) What is the full ground state electron configuration for a
neutral atom with ? = 22 protons?
(II) A hydrogen atom with a principal quantum number of ? =
4.
a. write all the possible values for the other quantum
numbers.
b. calculate the total number of possible quantum states that
can exist for this principal quantum state.
(III) An excited hydrogen atom is in the 6?1 state.
a. What is the principal quantum
number of the electron?
b....

a) the simplest, but least accurate, treatment of the helium
atom involves ignoring the coulomb interaction between its two
electrons and taking the total energy of the atom to be the sum of
the one-electron atom energies of each electron moving about the
Z=2 nucleus. use this treatment to predict the energies of the
ground and first excited states of the atom
b) Write an expression for the expectation value of the energy
associated with coulomb interaction between the two...

The electron in a hydrogen atom falls from an excited energy
level to the ground state in two steps, causing the emission of
photons with wavelengths of 656.5 nm and 121.6 nm (So the in the
first step the 656.5 nm photon is emitted and in the second step
the 121.6 nm photon is emitted). What is the principal quantum
number (ni) of the initial excited energy level from which the
electron falls?

why are the electrons of the helium atom not all in the 1s
state.
Which of the following
choices best explains this observation?
Coulomb's law
the Pauli exclusion principle
the Einstein quantum entanglement principle
Rutherford's explanation of atomic structure
the Heisenberg uncertainty principle
2.)There is a singly-ionized helium atom, which has 2 protons
with its remaining electron in the ground state.
Using the Bohr model calculation, determine the maximum
wavelength in nanometers for a photon that could remove the
remaining...

Quantum Mechanics.
Assuming that electrons in the Helium atom are bosons of spin
zero and neglecting interactions between them, find the energy and
wave function of the ground state and first two excited levels of
this hypothetical system.
Step by step process with good handwriting, please. Thank
you.

For the following atoms, write the ground-state orbital
diagrams, the electron configurations, and the
condensed electron configurations. Finally, state the number of
unpaired electrons.
(a) Nitrogen
(b) Sodium
(c) Argon
(d) Titanium
(e) Zinc

Singly ionized helium (He+) atom/ion has a single remaining
electron and a nuclear charge of +2? (twice that of a proton).
Using the Bohr model with appropriate modifications, estimate a)
the radius and b) the total energy (in electron volts) of such an
atom in its first excited level. c) When the state of this atom
changes from the first excited level to the ground level, a photon
is emitted in the process. Estimate the energy (in electron volts)
of...

Explain why a hydrogen atom with its electron in the ground
state cannot absorb a photon of just any energy when making a
transition to the second excited state (n = 3).

A) Write the condensed electron configurations
for the Ga atom. B)
Indicate how many unpaired electrons the
Ga atom has. C) Write
the condensed electron configurations for the
Ca atom. D) Indicate how
many unpaired electrons the Ca atom has.
E) Write the condensed electron configurations for
the V atom. F) Indicate
how many unpaired electrons the V atom
has. G) Write the condensed electron
configurations for the I atom.
H) Indicate how many unpaired electrons the
I atom has....

Suppose that an electron is in an excited state of a Hydrogen
atom at the n = 4 energy level. (a) How
many different states are available for that electron to
occupy?(b) Suppose that the electron falls
directly to the ground state, causing a single photon to be
released from the atom. What is the photonâ€™s wavelength?
(c) After its release, the photon collides with an
electron at rest, and scatters off at a 60o angle with
respect to its...

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