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Operator* All eigenvalue equations have this form; and solutions ^ occur only for certain eigenvalues of the factor on the right hand side. This form immedi- E ately suggests the final generalisation from sical energy expression 1 to n electrons. Since the clas- is E = j wv + y (xyz) = ~(pi + i p* + pi) + V (xyz) where p x = mv x etc. are components of momentum, the 1 -electron equation may be obtained by replacing p* etc. by the differential operators h2 d* etc. />, and equating the result to Ey).
The choice of tracer for a particular experiment depends upon three things Whether the radionuclide must be isotopic with an element in the system : 1. under investigation. In the absence widened considerably. of this requirement the choice of tracer is 2. The duration of the experiment. A nuclide with a half-life shorter than this clearly unsuitable. 1 min). For these elements the stable 15 N N and 18 O are used, RADIOCHEMISTRY 33 their behaviour being followed by the mass-spectrograph. Helium, boron and aluminium are other elements without active isotopes suitable for tracer work.
12). An electron whose orbital is spherically symmetrical is called an s electron. of shading (Fig. 0 a Fig. 10. 0, 4ny) Fig. 11. Electron probability density represented by density of shading. 2 Fig. 12. greater energies , . E nt which for n being an integral quantum number. zero. For the free electron E> orbital represented by it E lt there are excited states with can be shown that When n is very large, En approaches 0. The energy set free when an electron energy level 2 is En Atomic spherical bounding surface.