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## Variational Principles and Lagrange’s Equations

Variational Principles and Lagrange’s Equations. Joseph Louis Lagrange/ Giuseppe Luigi Lagrangia (1736 – 1813). Definitions Lagrangian density : Lagrangian : Action : How to find the special value for action corresponding to observable ?. Pierre-Louis Moreau

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## Variational Principles and Lagrange’s Equations

Variational Principles and Lagrange’s Equations. Joseph Louis Lagrange/ Giuseppe Luigi Lagrangia (1736 – 1813). Definitions Lagrangian density : Lagrangian : Action : How to find the special value for action corresponding to observable ?. Pierre-Louis Moreau

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## Quantum Mechanical Model

Quantum Mechanical Model. Chem -To-Go Lesson 8 Unit 2. You’ll need a periodic table, FOUR different colors, and a pen or pencil to make the labels. Press PAUSE and collect your materials. SIMPLIFIED QUANTUM MECHANICAL MODEL. Current model of the atom

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## Quantum Mechanical Model

Quantum Mechanical Model. Limitations of the Bohr Model. Only works for atoms with 1 e -. e - behave like waves instead of particles. e - DO NOT travel in fixed paths around the nucleus!!!. e - found in certain regions around the nucleus!.

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## Quantum Mechanical Model

Quantum Mechanical Model. Electron Configuration. Quantum Mechanical Model. Quantum mechanics was developed by Erwin Schrodinger Estimates the probability of finding an e - in a certain position Electrons are found in an “electron cloud” or orbital. Radial Distribution Curve. Orbital.

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## Quantum Mechanical Model

Quantum Mechanical Model. CHM 108 Suroviec Fall 2014. I. Quantum Mechanics. Small is a relative term, but we use it to show size. There is a limit to how we can use it in science. II. Nature of Light. A. Wave Nature of light

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## Quantum Mechanical Model

AWESOME. Quantum Mechanical Model. February 28, 2007 Chem 102B. 1s Orbital ( ). Probability of electron in 3-D space around the nucleus. More “s” orbitals. The higher the energy level, the larger the size, and the more nodes that are present Note the Nodes. Nodes.

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## Quantum Mechanical Model

Quantum Mechanical Model. CHM 108 Suroviec Fall 2015. I. Quantum Mechanics. Small is a relative term, but we use it to show size. There is a limit to how we can use it in science. II. Nature of Light. A. Wave Nature of light

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## Quantum Mechanical Model

Quantum Mechanical Model. Or…”Electron Cloud Model” Electrons move freely within “clouds” (called orbitals ) not just restricted to orbits. [http://www.gly.fsu.edu/%7Esalters/GLY1000/6_Minerals/Slide9.jpg]. Quantum Mechanical Model.

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## Quantum mechanical phenomena

Quantum mechanical phenomena . Quantum Mechanics. The study between quanta and elementary particles. Quanta – an indivisible entity of a quantity that has the same value as Planck’s constant which is related to energy and momentum of elementary particles.

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## Quantum Mechanical Model

Quantum Mechanical Model. Chapter 5 Section 2. Quantum Mechanical Model. The model of the atom that treats electrons as waves Like Bohr the quantum model limits an electron to certain energy levels Unlike Bohr’s model it makes no attempt to describe an electrons path. Vocabulary.

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## Quantum Mechanical Ideas

Quantum Mechanical Ideas. Photons and their energy. When electromagnetic waves are exhibiting their “particle-like” nature, we call those little mass-less bundles of energy PHOTONS. There are photons of light, photons of UV, photons of microwaves, photons of IR, etc. New Units of measurement.

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