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Similarly spectroscopic evidence shows an atom exists only in certain discrete energy states characteristic of the element. 624 x 10~ 27 erg sec (the dimensions of action), A beam of electrons shows interference effects exactly as does a beam (ii) of light. A diffraction pattern is obtained when light is reflected or diffracted from a grating. The regularly spaced atoms in a crystal provide a grating which diffracts not only X-rays but also electron beams. Hence wave must be associated with the electron.
7 ^-1 The constant R 2 W76' 4 _. I 1 \ ~~ 2 V 1 / 1 I We / = hv \2 - \2 2 M^ agrees, within the limits of experimental error, with the empirical one found by Rydberg (1889). 2A 6A 8A 4A r Fig. 13. Radial density distribution of charge for electron of energy z E is : . Fig. 14. Relation of ip to r for electron of energy z E . The radial density distribution of the charge of an electron of energy E 2 shown by plotting 4jr^2 r2 against r, as in Fig. 13. The corresponding Boundary surface for 2s electron, compared with that for Is.
Isotopes of palladium are pure /3-emitters Chapter 4 Electronic Structures of Atoms. The experimental basis Two main physics, (i) of The Periodic Table wave mechanics sets of experimental phenomena are inconsistent with classical in the internal energy of an atom accompanying Changes emission or absorption of light are not continuous but occur in discrete amounts. Similarly spectroscopic evidence shows an atom exists only in certain discrete energy states characteristic of the element. 624 x 10~ 27 erg sec (the dimensions of action), A beam of electrons shows interference effects exactly as does a beam (ii) of light.
Inorganic Chemistry A Guide to Advanced Study by R.B. Heslop