Q 20.1: A hydrogen atom is in its ground state (n = 1). Using Bohr’s theory, calculate (a) the radius of the orbit, (b) the linear momentum of the electron, (c) the angular momentum of the electron, (d) the kinetic energy, (e) the potential energy, and (f) the total energy.
Q 20.3: An electron jumps from a level Ei = -3.5 * 10(-19)J to Ef = -1.2 * 10(-18)J. What is the wavelength of the emitted light?
Q 20.4: Find the wavelength of the spectral line corresponding to the transition in hydrogen from n = 6 state to n = 3 state.
Q 20.5: Compute the shortest wavelength radiation in the Balmer series? What value of n must be used?
Q 20.7: Electron in an x-ray tube are accelerated through a potential difference of 3000V. If these electrons were slowed down in a target, what will be the minimum wavelength of x-ray produce?
Q 20.8: The wavelength of K-x-ray from copper is 1.377 * 10(-10) m. What is the energy difference between the two levels from which this transition results?
Q 20.9: A tungsten target is struck by electrons that have been accelerated from rest through 40KV potential difference. Find the shortest wavelength of the bremsstrahlung radiation emitted?