Dr. Herrick's CH221
Pressure Quiz 6

     

 

      

Quantum Theory
Copyright D. Herrick

 

20 Questions from past exams.
Practice for speed.  Aim for 2 minutes per problem.

 
   
 
Constants:
Avogadro's number:  
NA = 6.02 1023 / mole
speed of light: 
c = 3.00 108 m/s
Planck's constant: 
h = 6.63 10-34 J-s
electron volt: 
1 eV  = 1.60 10-19 J
calorie: 
1 cal = 4.184 J
Angstrom: 
1 = 1 10-10 m = 100 pm
 

  

1. Which wavelength of light has the highest frequency?
A) 1000 B) 800nm  C) 0.001cm   D) 0.01mm 

     

2. Calculate the frequency (s-1) of green light of wavelength 5000
A) 6.85 1015
B) 2.34 1015
C) 0.60 1015
D) 1.28 1015
E) 0.49 1015

   

3. The energy (J) of one green photon of wavelength 5000 is
A)  2.14 10-19
B) 3.36 10-19
C) 9.98 10-18
D) 1.67 10-19
E) 3.98 10-19

    

4. The energy (kJ) of one mole of green photons of wavelength 5000 is
A) 240 B) 132 C) 216 D) 306 E) 347 

5. The energy in J/photon of blue light at a wavelength of 424.0 nm is
A) 6.28 10-11
B) 4.69 10-19
C) 7.07 10-20
D) 6.42 10-17
E) 2.81 10-38

     

6. According to Planck the energy of a photon is
A) proportional to the square of the radiation frequency
B) proportional to the inverse of the wavelength
C) independent of the color of the radiation
D) proportional to the inverse square of the frequency
E) proportional to the wavelength

7. The initial step in reactions that deplete atmospheric ozone is photodissociation of a chlorofluorocarbon molecule at a wavelength of 200 nm,

CF2Cl2 + light     CF2Cl + Cl

The energy of this radiation in kJ per mole of photons is

A) 178 B) 39 C) 854  D) 599 E) 361 

      

8. Which is NOT consistent with the Bohr theory? 
A)  The classical picture of an electron moving in a circular orbit around the nucleus is replaced by a standing wave for the electron.
B) The energy of an electron is  quantized.
C) An electron may move to a lower orbit by emitting radiation of frequency proportional to the energy difference between the two orbits.
D) The radius of an orbit increases at higher energy levels.
E) The energy of an orbit is independent of the nuclear charge.

    

9. The Bohr radius of hydrogen in the ground state is 0.529.  The radius of a hydrogen atom with n = 7 is
A) 92.6 B) 3.70 C) 25.9 D) 0.529 E) 52.9

        

10. The Bohr radius of hydrogen in the ground state is 52.9pm.  The Bohr radius of a helium ion He+ in the ground state is
A) 212pm B) 26.5pm C) 13.2pm E) 52.9pm E) 106pm

     

11. The radius of a Bohr orbit in terms of the quantum number n and the nuclear charge Z is proportional to
A)  n 2 / Z B)  n2 / Z 2 C)  n / Z 2 D)  n / Z

 

12. The energy to ionize an electron from a Bohr orbit is proportional to
A) Z/n2 B) Z2 / n C) Z 2 / n D) Z / n 

     

13. According to deBroglie the quantum wavelength of a particle of mass m moving with velocity v is
A)    proportional to (mv)
B)   proportional to the square of (mv)
C)    independent of (mv)
D)    proportional to the inverse of (mv)
E)    proportional to the inverse square of (mv)

     

14. Which is an allowed set of quantum numbers  (n, l, m)  for the hydrogen atom?
A) (4, -2, 1)
B) (24, 12, -14)
C) (8, 8, 8)
D) (213, 210, 198)
E) (11, -5, -5)

 

15. In which orbital does the electron in a hydrogen atom have the largest  ionization energy?
A) 3p D) 9d
B) 8d E) 7p
C) 2s F) 15f

     

16. In which orbital does the electron in a hydrogen atom have the largest angular momentum?
A) 10s D) 23p
B) 8f E) 34d
C) 5d F) 9p

      

17. How many spatial orbitals are there in the 5f  subshell?
A) 7 D) 5
B) 25 E) 15
C) 75 F) 35

  

18. The allowed values of the magnetic quantum number for spatial orbitals with n = 3 in the H atom are 
A) 0,1,2 D) 3,2,1,0,-1,-2,-3
B) 0,1,2,4 E) -1,0,1
C) -2,-1,0,1,2 F) 0,1,2,3

 

19. What is the total number of spatial orbitals with principal quantum number 4 in the C5+ ion?
A) 9 B) 25 C) 80  D) 49 E) 16 

     

20. Light emitted from the transition 3d 2p in the hydrogen atom has l = 656 nm.  What is the wavelength of light from the transition 500f 499d in hydrogen?
A) 5680 nm F) 5.68 mm
B) 123 pm G) 47.1 mm
C) 47.1 cm H) 568 cm
D) 56.8 nm  I) 1.23 mm
E) 12.3 m  J)  4.71 m

  

 


 

 

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