In this lecture you will learn about Electromagnetic Radiation and the Quantum Theory. Our instructor will start the journey with Waves and their Characteristics, starting with key concepts such as Amplitude, Trough, Crest, Wavelength, Frequency, and Velocity as the Speed of Light). Then, you will cover Electromagnetic Radiation such as Gamma Rays, X-Rays, Visible Light, Infrared, and Radio Waves. You will then learn about Spectra and Spectroscopy before looking at the Hydrogen Atom Spectrum in terms of its Emission Spectrum and Absorption Spectrum. After covering the Rydberg Formula you will take a look at Planck's Quantum Theory with Black Body Radiation and Quanta before understanding the Photoelectric Effect. Then will be Bohr's Theory of the Hydrogen Atom with its Ground State and Excited State. Professor Goldwhite continues with Heisenberg and the Uncertainty Principle before covering De Broglie and the Wave Nature of Particles. Lastly, you will learn about the Quantum numbers such as the First Quantum Number, First Quantum Number, m1 Quantum Number, and Spin Quantum Number before covering the Pauli Principle.
theory Planck explains black-body radiation
effect explained by quantum theory Einstein
hydrogen atom ideas; explain line spectrum
can be waves De Broglie
the 4 quantum numbers and the connections among them
Electromagnetic Radiation Quantum Theory
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