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How many electrons can fit in the 4p?
a) 2 b) 6 c) 10 d) 14
How many electrons can fit in the n = 3 shell?
a) 2 b) 8 c) 10 d) 18
The uncertainty principle states what about location and momentum of an electron?
a) It is impossible to know both simultaneously. b) One can know the location, but not momentum simultaneously. c) One can know momentum, but not location simultaneously. d)
As n increases, the energy gap between n values
a) increases b) decreases c) remains the same d)
Energy and wavelength are * related.
a) directly b) inversely c) not d)
According to the Bohr model, when electrons move from the n = 1 level to the n = 2 level, energy is
a) released b) absorbed c) d)
Frequency and wavelength are * related.
a) directly b) inversely c) not d)
Which are in order of increasing energy?
a) blue light, orange light, X-rays, microwaves b) X-rays, blue light, orange light, microwaves c) microwaves, orange light, blue light, X-rays d) microwaves, blue light, orange light, X-rays
The l value tells us
a) the spin of the electron b) the shape of the orbital c) the spatial orientation of the orbital d) the principle energy level
Which orbital fills after the 6s?
a) 6p b) 5d c) 6f d) 4f
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