|May9-08, 05:54 PM||#1|
[SOLVED] Bohr Model of H-atom
Would anyone be good enough to explain why the 1s2p splitting in a hydrogen atom is 3/4 of the total binding energy?
Would it have anything to do with the Rydberg energy?
E = - 13.6eV/n^2
I appear to have floated through my degree blissfully unaware of electronic configurations and their associated energies.
|May10-08, 12:24 AM||#2|
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|May10-08, 03:45 AM||#3|
E(1s) = 13.6/1^2 = 13.6
E(2p) = 13.6/2^2 = 3.4
dE = E(1s)-E(2p) = 10.2
dE/E(1s) = 3/4
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