American University of Sharjah: Chemistry 1 Questions

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Chemistry Questions

1. The principal quantum number of the first d subshell is
C) 3

The principal quantum number (n) tells what energy level the
electron of an element is at; n can only have a value of 1, 2, 3,
4, 5, 6, or 7.
Looking at the Periodic Table below, the first d subshell is the
3d subshell in the 4th row. n corresponds to the period that the
subshell is found in, but for the d subshells, n = n-1. The
principal quantum number for 3d is n = 3.

2. Which quantum number is responsible for the energy of orbital in an atom?
A) n

Definitions of n, l, ๐‘š๐‘™ , ๐‘š๐‘  :
n = Principal Quantum Number. n can only be 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, or 7.
(โ€œThe Principal Quantum Number indirectly describes the energy of
an orbitalโ€ (Purdue Research).)
This number is found from the period (row) of the element. The
exceptions are for the d and f subshells, which need one extra
step as shown in the figure above.
For d subshells, subtract 1 from the row to get n.
For f subshells, n is either 4 or 5. (n-2)f is just because
the f rows go in rows 6 and 7 on the periodic table.
l = Angular Quantum Number. Determines shape of orbitals,
dependent on knowing the value of n.
l can only be between 0 and n-1 for the element.
So, if n = 6, l can only be 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 for that element.

๐‘š๐‘™ = Magnetic Quantum Number. This is the number of orbitals and
their orientation. ๐‘š๐‘™ is dependent on know the value...

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