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Square root of (b) La Z= 10 - "> 6 - transition 4 - frequency as a function of Z. J. Moseley, Phil. Mag. ] null u/T. Ml. I.... imiiI... l 70 80 Z to the next. " 30 The graph of \fp against Z actually has an intercept at about 1 on the Z axis. J. Moseley, Phil. X-ray spectra Mag. 26, 1031 (1913). Ka transition is equal to (Z - [)e, and hence one electron was left in the n = orbit when its companion was originally removed. The implication is that the inner orbit normally contains two electrons.
Dealing with radiation of visible wavelengths or not normally able to measure the frequency; it is we are too high: ,2 M. Planck, Ann. Phys. 1, 69 (1900) [or see M. Planck, The Theory of Heat Radiation (trans. Morton Masius), Dover Publications, New York, 1959]. 13 M. 17 A. Einstein, Ann. Phys. B. Peppard, 1-6 Am. Photons J. 17, 132 (1905) [translated by A. B. Arons and Phys. 33, 367 (1965)]. c 3 "'I' But x 10"' cm/sec ... l0 5000X10 "cm " ' and other devices. Thus rewrite Eq. 1-8 in the form it , .
Plate K (-) (b) Simple models of the atom than for the highest charge-to-mass ratio found in electrolysis H+ (for the The value of e/m for the cathode modern data is given by ion). 2728 x m Thomson could 10 17 esu/g of charge whether (1-2) to a very small value of n% with the that was in to show was instrumental same or electrolysis, in part due to a large intrinsic charge. 7588 x 10 11 coulomb/kg not feel sure whether this very high value of ejm was due solely unit = that this new particle, the electron, absolutely characteristic charge-to-mass ratio, ent of every substance that he was able was a with its constitu- to use as a cathode material.