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Physics 7C support workshop - Shared screen with speaker view
Caitlyn Chan
05:14
momentum
Rani Shah
05:16
Momentum
Hannah Quintero
07:52
yes
Corina Badea-Mic
07:52
yes it has
Hannah Quintero
09:21
elements?
John Amiel Flores
09:25
electros
John Amiel Flores
12:05
Standing wave
Hannah Quintero
15:29
2L/n
Sofia Adriasola
15:29
2L/n
John Amiel Flores
16:08
What equation is that called
John Amiel Flores
16:30
yes
John Amiel Flores
17:20
ty
Marisol Contreras
19:56
no
Tian Xin
19:58
no
Sofia Adriasola
19:58
no
John Amiel Flores
20:01
no
Sofia Adriasola
20:23
1/2 mv^2
John Amiel Flores
22:25
0
Marisol Contreras
22:32
no
John Amiel Flores
22:33
1
Marisol Contreras
22:34
1
Caitlyn Chan
22:35
1?
Sofia Adriasola
26:07
Im not familiar with one
Hannah Quintero
26:14
ya one with Z in it
John Amiel Flores
27:28
What equation is that called
Marisol Contreras
29:25
Q one electron ?
Caitlyn Chan
31:41
when would you use J/C instead of eV? Or are they always just used interchangeably?
John Amiel Flores
32:38
Is En in units of eV?
John Amiel Flores
32:42
ahh
Caitlyn Chan
33:21
ah okay, thank you!
Marisol Contreras
34:02
-12.6
John Amiel Flores
34:03
-13.6
Marisol Contreras
34:05
-13.6
Caitlyn Chan
34:28
0
Caitlyn Chan
37:42
it has to absorb energy
John Amiel Flores
37:44
Input energy
John Amiel Flores
38:05
Photon?
Caitlyn Chan
40:46
v/wavelength
Hannah Quintero
41:45
1240
Caitlyn Chan
41:45
1240?
John Amiel Flores
41:51
1250
John Amiel Flores
41:54
1240
John Amiel Flores
42:53
Is this still in energy density
John Amiel Flores
42:55
Or energy
John Amiel Flores
43:11
Thank you
John Amiel Flores
44:22
What it overshoots the first excited state
John Amiel Flores
44:54
But not the second
John Amiel Flores
45:37
Thank you
Hannah Quintero
45:45
so 1 photon is each red line
Caitlyn Chan
46:45
photons?
Hannah Quintero
46:45
photon
John Amiel Flores
50:58
wavelength
John Amiel Flores
53:00
Does an atom have a preference for proton energy? Like if two different photons hit an atom at the same time?
John Amiel Flores
53:52
I see
John Amiel Flores
53:53
ty
Caitlyn Chan
54:06
what happens if it is hit with a photon with a wavelength that is larger than all of those values? then it would go all the way to 0?
Caitlyn Chan
55:31
oh okay, thank you!
Caitlyn Chan
55:57
why did we calculate wavelengths? just so we can look at the wavelengths for each energy per photon?
John Amiel Flores
56:03
Thank you Casey
Celine Suratos
56:29
thank you!
Caitlyn Chan
56:32
oh okay, that makes sense. Thank you very much!
Corina Badea-Mic
56:32
thank you!