# Exercises: Zielinski

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- 9. The Electronic States of the Multielectron Atoms (Exercises)
- In this chapter we have used the independent particle model for electrons (i.e, the idea that multi-electron wavefunctions can be approximated as products of single-electron wavefunctions) to approximate multi-electron atoms. State energies are calculated to be as accurate as possible through use of the Variational Method and Perturbation Theory. A large number of basis functions can be used with the SCF method to get the best possible one-electron functions. Although we only considered the heli

- Activities (Worksheets)
- Analysis of a Photoelectron Spectrum (Worksheet)
- Analysis of Cyanine Dye Spectra (Worksheet)
- Create a rotational Spectrum (Worksheet)
- Harmonic Oscillator (Worksheet)
- Hydrogen Atom (Worksheet)
- Interpreting Luminescence Data (Worksheet)
- Introduction to Symbolic Calculations (Worksheet)
- Localizing an Electron in Space (Worksheet)
- Particle-in-a Box-Dynamics (Worksheet)
- The Electromagnetic Spectrum (Worksheet)
- Visualizing an Electromagnetic Wave (Worksheet)