Quantum Numbers Locating the electron in the atom 2 Quantum Numbers
2 , 1, 0 , +1/2 2 n= Principal Quantum Number 2
1 Quantum Numbers 2 , 1, 0 , +1/2 1
Shape of s Sublevel Shape of p sublevel Shape of d sublevels Shape of f sublevels
Answer the following: How many sublevels are there for n =3? How many for n =4? What is the relationship between n and
the number of sublevels. Predict how many sublevels there are for n = 8. n= Principal Quantum Number 2
1 = Subsidiary Quantum Number Quantum Numbers 2 , 1, 0 , +1/2
0 0 Answer the following A person may live at 1000 First Street in
the city of Portland, Oregon and another may live at 1000 First Street in the city of Portland, Maine. Is it legal to have two identical street addresses in two towns of the same name in the same country? Explain. n= Principal Quantum
Number 2 1 = Subsidiary Quantum Number m= Magnetic Orbital
Quantum Numbers 2 , 1, 0 , +1/2 0 +1/2
+1/2 n= Principal Quantum Number m= Magnetic Orbital m= + to -
n= 1-7 2 1 = Subsidiary Quantum Number = n-1
Quantum Numbers 2 , 1, 0 , +1/2 0 +1/2 s= Magnetic Spin
s=+1/2 or -1/2 Practice
4,1,1,+ 2,0,0,- 6,1,-1,+ Bi Br Rb
Curveball F & D block are weirdlets take a second to look at one wrench they throw into our quantum numbers Subsidiary Q.N. Chart 1
Some Practice
5,2,-1,- 4,3,-2,+ 5,2,1, + U Co Lu
More Practice
5,3,2,+ 4,2,1,- 5,2,-2,- 6,2,-2,+ 4,3,-3,- Er Zn
Periodic Table Answer the following
Decide which of the following quantum number sets is permissible and give an explanation for your decision. A. n = 1, = 1, m = 0, s = -1/2 B. n = 2, = 1, m = 0, s = -1/2 C. n = 3, = 2, m = 3, s = +1/2