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Chapter 4: Niels Bohr and the Quantum Atom

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... into the nucleus.  This means every atom is unstable , quite contrary to our observation! [ 1 ] Fig. 4-2: Rutherford's atom is inherently unstable 2 2. Atomic Spectra Rutherford's description of the atom could not be entirely ...


Chapter 7: Wave Mechanics and Wave Particle Duality

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... of the quantum world is called wave mechanics .  He worked out the exact solutions of the wave equation for the hydrogen atom, and the results perfectly agreed with the known energy levels of these atoms, seemingly without any of the ...


Chapter 5: Matter and Waves

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... was remarkably successful in explaining the origin of line spectra, and how it was able to explain the stability of the atom.  Yet, over time, it came to be laden with the following dr-awbacks. It worked only for hydrogen and hydrogen-like ...


Grains of Mystique

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... Revolutionary Hypothesis Chapter 3: Einstein Demystifies Photoelectric Effect Chapter 4: Niels Bohr and the Quantum Atom Chapter 5: Matter and Waves Chapter 6: Veiled Reality Chapter 7: Wave Mechanics and Wave-Particle Duality Chapter 8: ...


Chapter 8: Quantum Paradoxes

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... for quantum mechanics. Footnotes 1.  Radioactivity is a natural phenomenon in which an atom disintegrates by emitting certain particles.  Since the resulting atom has a different configuration, it exhibits the properties of a different ...


"as mass is form of energy same way is charge is also a form... - ...

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... on 11/10/2005 Rating: Not yet rated  Rate this answer: N/A Worst Weak OK Good Great Mass and Energy are the same thing. Atoms make up all things in the Universe. All things have protons that are positive, and electrons that are negative; ...


Chapter 2: Max Planck's Revolutionary Hypothesis

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... continuous.  Even by the time of Planck, the idea that matter could be ultimately broken down into tiny indivisible 'atoms' was only held by a few physicists. And so the quantum revolution began. Footnotes 1.  Natural Philosophy ...


Chapter 3: Einstein Demystifies Photoelectric Effect

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... be explained if individual particles (or quanta ) of light were penetrating the metal and knocking electrons loose from atoms. According to Einstein's paper, increasing the inten-sity of the light increased the number of photons, while ...


Chapter 1: Introduction to Quantum Physics

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... sense in comprehending the stars, galaxies and their behaviour, but they fail in the mi-croscopic world of molecules, atoms and sub-atomic particles. Quantum theory provides us with the rules and regulations of the miniature world .  These ...


Acoustics FAQ

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... sometimes be as low as only a few millionths of a Pascal. Movements of the ear drum as small as the diameter of a hydrogen atom can be audible! Louder sounds are caused by greater variation in pressure - 1 Pascal, for example, will sound ...


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