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AP Chemistry Big Idea 1: Photoelectron Spectroscopy & Electron Configuration

AP Chemistry Big Idea 1: Photoelectron Spectroscopy & Electron Configuration
AP Chemistry Big Idea 1: Photoelectron Spectroscopy & Electron Configuration
AP Chemistry Big Idea 1: Photoelectron Spectroscopy & Electron Configuration
AP Chemistry Big Idea 1: Photoelectron Spectroscopy & Electron Configuration
AP Chemistry Big Idea 1: Photoelectron Spectroscopy & Electron Configuration
AP Chemistry Big Idea 1: Photoelectron Spectroscopy & Electron Configuration
AP Chemistry Big Idea 1: Photoelectron Spectroscopy & Electron Configuration
AP Chemistry Big Idea 1: Photoelectron Spectroscopy & Electron Configuration
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This product is a thorough introduction to the basics of the photoelectric effect and its applications in photoelectron spectroscopy for the newly revised AP Chemistry curriculum. I love this topic because it is a great, data-driven justification for the existence of subshells. This product includes a 67-slide powerpoint with lessons on photoelectron spectroscopy, electron configuration and orbital diagrams (.pptx), guided notes, and two worksheets (.pdf).

• the photoelectric effect
• what is photoelectron spectroscopy? how does it work?
• sample spectra with analysis.
• subshells and orbital diagrams
• determining electron configuration from PES spectra
• determining electron configuration from periodic table

This product is designed to help students prepare for the following learning objectives:

Learning Objective 1.5: The student is able to explain the distribution of electrons in an atom or ion based upon data.

Learning Objective 1.6: The student is able to analyze data relating to electron energies for patterns and relationships.

Learning Objective 1.7: The student is able to use describe the electronic structure of the atom, using PES data, ionization energy data, and/or Coulomb's law to construct explanation of how the energies of electrons within shells in atoms vary.

Learning Objective 1.5: The student is able to explain the distribution of electrons using Coulomb's Law to analyze measured energies

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This is a great follow-up to my lesson on Coulomb's Law & Ionization Energy.

The orbital diagram lesson is essential to explaining exceptions to the general periodic trends. Both the general trends and the exceptions can be found in my lesson on Periodic Trends.

While designed specifically for AP Chemistry, this product is also useful for any level of chemistry that covers the electronic structure of atoms (honors, IB, college).
Total Pages
85 pages
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Teaching Duration
2 days
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