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High School - Science - Chemistry I Pre-AP - Unit 5
Quantum Theory
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1.       Perform calculations involving the speed of light (c), the wavelength (λ), and the frequency (ν) of electromagnetic radiation (EMR).

2.       Perform calculations involving the energy, the wavelength (λ), and the frequency (ν) of electromagnetic radiation.

3.       Place forms of electromagnetic radiation in correct energy order on an electromagnetic spectrum.

4.       Compare the energy, frequency, and wavelength of EMR.

5.       Label an energy level diagram, indicating both excitation and relaxation.

6.       Describe the four quantum numbers used to define the region of space that has a 90% probability of finding an electron with a given energy.

7.       Explain the information provided by each of the quantum numbers.

8.       Distinguish between an energy level, sublevel, and an orbital.

9.       List the allowable quantum numbers for each energy level.

10.   Draw an orbital diagram using the Aufbau Principle, Hund’s Rule, and the Pauli Exclusion Principle.

11.   Write the electron configuration for and atom or an ion.

12.   Be able to identify the highest-energy electrons, the valence electrons, and the number of valence electrons.

13.   Using the periodic table, describe the periodic trends in atomic radii, ionic radii, ionization energy, reactivity, and electronegativity.

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