By A.V. Jones
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1 What is an absorption spectrum? 2 Which have the greater energy, electrons close to or further from the nucleus? 3 Why can atoms only absorb light of characteristic wavelength? 4 Which energy level is furthest from the nucleus, n = 1 or n = 4? 5 What name is given to orbitals for which (a) I = 0 (b) I = 1 (c) I = 2 (d) I = 3? 6 How many p-orbitals are there in each energy level? 7 How many d-orbitals are there in each energy level? 8 How many f-orbitals are there in each energy level? 9 What is meant by ‘ground state configuration’?
8 How would you expect potassium and iodine to react together? What will be the compound formed? How might each gain a stable outer electronic structure? 31 32 Module 1 Building Blocks of Matter 9 What would be the compound that lead and sulfur would form if reacted to get her? 10 What would be the formula of the compound formed if potassium and sulfur reacted together? 11 The history of the development of a system for assigning symbols for the elements is fascinating, and you might like to look at the work of Dalton.
All the attractions cancel each other out, so the particle goes on travelling in a straight line at the same speed until it collides with something. Now think about a particle in the surface layer. There are attractions to each side and attractions below, but above it there is air, in which the particles are very widely spaced compared with the liquid. There is hardly any upward attraction upon the liquid particles. 7). 7 Particles in the surface layer The particles in liquids, just as in gases, are moving in random directions with a random range of speeds.
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