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The Structure of Atoms

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... radioactivity and transmutation implied that one kind of atom could change into another. This can he explained if atoms have structure. A change in that structure may produce a new kind of atom. Experiments with cathode -ray tubes ...


The Electronic Structure of Atoms

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... in an atom depends on how strongly the electron is attracted by the positive charge on the nucleus and on how much it is repelled by other electrons. Although each electron cannot be assigned a precise trajectory or orbit in an atom, its ...


Atoms, Molecules, and Chemical Reactions

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... Cells Chemical Kinetics Nuclear Chemistry Molecules In Living Systems Spectra and Structure of Atoms and Molecules Metals Atom s, Molecule s, and Chemical Reaction s Two very important things that chemists (and scientists in general) do ...


Thermodynamics: Atoms, Molecules, and Energy

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... Cells Chemical Kinetics Nuclear Chemistry Molecules In Living Systems Spectra and Structure of Atoms and Molecules Metals ATOM S, MOLECULE S, AND ENERGY This page has been deleted.The deletion log for the page is provided below for ...


Spectra and Structure of Atoms and Molecules

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... of Molecules: Infared The Visible and Ultraviolet Spectra of Molecules; Molecular Orbitals Metals Spectra and Structure of Atom s and Molecule s In the following sections we are going to study the way in which matter can both absorb energy ...


Experiments: Atom Trap Experiment

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... frequency, atoms will not absorb the light; unless the atom is moving toward the laser beam- in which case the light is Doppler shifted toward the atomic transition frequency. Since the atom absorbs momentum from the photon, it slows down. ...


Primer: Index

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Primer: Index       A Primer on Electron-Atom Collisions   (adapted from C.C. Lin's 1996 Will Allis Prize Talk)       return to the UW Atomic Collisions Group home page I) Introd-uction Opening remarks II) Electron-Impact Excitatio ...


The Nuclear Atom

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The Nuclear Atom Student Resources for General Chemistry Search, View and Navigation Home Periodic Table Live! GenChem Textbook Quick Resources Tools   GenChem Text-book Introduction Atoms, Molecules, and Chemical Reactions Using Chemical ...


Atoms Having More Than One Electron

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... Atoms The Electronic Structure of Atoms Electrons and Valence The Wave Nature of the Electron Electron Waves in the Hydrogen Atom Orbitals Quantum Numbers Coulomb's Law Potential Energy Electron Density and Potential Energy Atoms ...


Experiments: Hollow Cathode Metastable Source

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... Normally, these levels are short-lived and the atoms quickly decay (in 10 -7 sec or less) back to the ground state. When the atom is excited into a level which is not allowed to qui-ckly decay (i.e., it survives 10 -6 sec or longer) it is ...


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