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Chapter 4 Study Guide 15 Multiple Choice: (15 points) 1) types of electromagnetic radiation and relative frequencies and wavelengths 2) speed of all electromagnetic radiation 3) what does the wave-particle duality of light explain 4) name for the lowest energy state of an atom 5) how to determine the highest occupied energy level of an element 6) # of orbitals in an energy level 7) # of electrons in an energy level 8) how to determine which element from the electron configuration 9) how to determine the # of inner shell electrons 10) types of electromagnetic radiation and relative frequencies and wavelengths 11) energy/frequency/wavelength: directly or inversely proportional 12) name for the unit of electromagnetic radiation 13) name of scientist who developed the quantum equation 14) distance from nucleus as n changes 15) # of electrons in a single shells orbital (s, p, d, f) 10 True/False: (10 points) 16) photoelectric effect 17) visible range?s wavelength 18) visible light?s order in relation to wavelength/frequency 19) what we actually see in a flame test 20) electrons existing in energy states 21) Pauli Exclusion Principle 22) problems with Bohr Model 23) exceptions to electron configurations 24) # of electrons in any single orbital 25) # of electrons in any one shell 10 Matching: (10 points) -Hund?s Rule -Aufbau Principle -Pauli Exclusion Principle -Orbital Notation -Configuration Notation -Noble Gas Configuration -Principle Quantum # -Angular Momentum Quantum # -S orbital of 1 shell -P orbitals of 1 shell Problems/Calculations (40 points): - an orbital notation, configuration notation, and Noble Gas configuration notation for an element (5 pts each) - determine frequency when given wavelength -determine energy when given frequency -determine energy when given wavelength -determine how long it would take for waves of light of a certain frequency to travel a certain distance -one short answer: Explain why we see specific colors of light when we burn specific metals. What is the color that we see actually composed of? Enrichment (7 possible points):