# Chapter 13 Study Guide

```The Chapter 13 Exam will be on
Thursday, November 21st, 2013.
Name: _____________________________________________________________ Date: _____________
1. The symbol for wavelength is ____________; the symbol for frequency is ___________;
and the symbol for energy is _____________.
2. In the equation c = λν, c represents ___________________________ which is equaled to
__________________________.
3. In the equation E = hν, h represents __________________________ which is equaled to
__________________________.
4. The units for wavelength are ____________; the units for frequency are ___________
or _________________; and the units for energy are ________________.
5. Look at the waves below. Which wave has the longest wavelength?__________
Which wave has the greatest frequency? __________
Which wave has the greatest energy? _____________
Wave #1
Wave #2
6. Determine the frequency of a photon of green light whose wavelength is 6.07 x 10 -7m.
7. Determine the wavelength of a photon whose energy is 8.9 x 10-36J.
8. True or False? As it travels through space, electromagnetic radiation exhibits wave-like
behavior.
9. A three dimensional region around the nucleus sometimes referred to as “the zone of
probability” is called a(n) _________________.
10. If electrons in an atom are in the lowest possible energy state, the atom is said to be in
the _____________________ state.
11. When a metal salt of sodium is heated, a bright orange flame is produced. Describe this
phenomenon with regard to the electrons.
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12. The set of orbitals that are dumbbell shaped and directed along the x, y, and z axes are
called ___________________________.
13. A spherical electron orbital is a(n) ___________ orbital.
14. The specific name for the f orbital is a(n) _____________________.
15. How many electrons can occupy the s orbital? _______________ They must also have
__________ spins.
16. What is the electron configuration for nitrogen? ___________________________
17. What is the electron configuration for palladium?
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18. What is the noble gas configuration for Yttrium?
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19. What is the noble gas configuration for Sulfur?
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20. Using arrows to represent electrons, write the electron notation for Fluorine.
21. Using arrows to represent electrons, write the electron notation for Magnesium.
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