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helium-like ion help. URGENT
« on: 02/05/2009 01:02:41 »
calculate the ground state energy of the O^6+ helium-like ion.  Whats the answer in eV to an appropriate number of significant figures.


 

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« Reply #1 on: 02/05/2009 01:06:12 »
Well do you have a formula or something?
 

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« Reply #2 on: 02/05/2009 01:33:54 »
Sorry it says explain why the O^6+ ion can be considered to be a helium-like ion, and state what subatomic particles it is composed of and how many there are of each.

then the next question was the one i posted before.


Ever heard of this one?
E=-(k/n2)   
n = principle quantum number k = 1.312 x 103 kJmol-1
 

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« Reply #3 on: 02/05/2009 01:53:54 »
For someone who posted urgent in capital letters you don't seem very urgent to me. :)
 

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