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9C.2(a) Compute the wavelength, frequency, and wavenumber of the n=2→n=1 transition in He+.

9C.3(a) When ultraviolet radiation of wavelength 58.4 nm from a helium lamp is directed on to a sample of
krypton, electrons are ejected with a speed of 1.59 Mm s−1. Calculate the ionization energy of krypton.


9A.1(a) State the orbital degeneracy of the levels in a hydrogen atom that have energy (i)hcR H; (ii) 1 hcR H;
(iii) 1 hcR H.

9A.2(a) e wavefunction for the ground state of a hydrogen atom is Ner/a0. Determine the normalization
constant N.


9A.3(a) By di erentiation of the 2s radial wavefunction, show that it has two extrema in its amplitude, and locate
them.


9A.5(a) Locate the radial nodes in the 3s orbital of an H atom.


9A.7(a) Write down the expression for the radial distribution function of a 2s electron in a hydrogenic atom of
atomic number Z and determine the radius at which the electron is most likely to be found.


9A.9(a) What is the orbital angular momentum of an electron in the orbitals (i) 1s, (ii) 3s, (iii) 3d? Give the
numbers of angular and radial nodes in each case.