- 2.4.4-8 Wave functions, Schrodinger equation, 1-D potentials
- 3.2.1 Bohr model
- 3.3.1-2 Hydrogen atom
- 3.4.1-3, 5 Spin, periodic table
The format of the exam will be much like last time -- there will be about 6 problems, you will need to solve 3 or 4 of them. They will be much like homework problems, but somewhat less lengthy (like the easier/mid-level HW problems, I would say, without a ton of tedious math). I'll try to put out some sample problems by the end of Thursday, but in the mean time you can consider the homework sets to be a good study guide.
A couple of things that will very likely show up in some form:
- A 1-D potential (like an infinite well) for which you will need to either find the wave function or calculate an observable quantity like
- Figuring out the possible emission lines from atomic energy levels, probably in a magnetic field.
- Finding the average radius and most likely radius of a particular orbital of the H atom.
- Finding various things from a potential energy curve for a molecule (like HW9).
- Problems 3.2, 3.4, and 3.8 in your text intrigued me.
Overall: if you've been keeping up with the lectures and understanding the homework, you have nothing to worry about.