The number of waves made by Bohr electron in an orbit will be 3.
Number of waves is equal to the principle quantum number.
Principle Quantum Numbers: It describes the size of the orbital and the energy level. It is represented by n. Where, n = 1,2,3,4....
Azimuthal Quantum Number: It describes the shape of the orbital. It is represented as 'l'. The value of l ranges from 0 to (n-1). For l = 0,1,2,3... the orbitals are s, p, d, f...
Magnetic Quantum Number: It describes the orientation of the orbitals. It is represented as . The value of this quantum number ranges from . When l = 2, the value of will be -2, -1, 0, +1, +2.
We are given:
From this, we can easily tell, l = 2 because
n = 3 because l = n-1
Hence, the number of waves made by Bohr electron in an orbit will be 3.
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As we know m ranges from -L to +L including 0
n here m is given as 2 so value of L is from -2 to +2
(As L ranges from 0 to n-1 )
So value of n comes out to be 3
And. Acc. To bohr quantum th.
No of waves associated = " n"
• so waves assoc. = 3
in the bohrs theory there are several orbits namd s,p,d,f or 1,2,3,4
ur question is incomplete
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maximum quantum number m =+2
since m can take the values from -l to +l,for n to be maximum l should be +2
Further l can take values form 0 to n-1
for maximum n,
shell maybe but I think question is wrong becoz it is 2+
The maximum number of waves
Is given by the principle quantum number(n)
Hence no of waves is 4
answer: a of iron contains 46.5% of iron by weight.
100 g of sample will contain 46.5 g of iron and
g of sulphur.
the atomic masses of iron and sulphur are 55.8 g/mol and 32.1 g/mol.
the number of moles of iron=46.5g
the number of moles of sulphur=53.5g32.1g/mol=1.667
the ratio of the number of moles of iron to the number of moles of sulphur=0.8333: 1.667=1: 2
=0.8333: 1.667=1: 2
hence, the empirical formula of the is
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