## Where to find equations?

$c=\lambda v$

Jedrick Zablan 3L
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### Where to find equations?

Is there a source in the textbook or online where I can find the equations needed to complete questions in the quantum section?

AnnikaMittelhauser4E
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### Re: Where to find equations?

This is the link to the equation sheet Dr. Lavelle has on his website: https://lavelle.chem.ucla.edu/wp-conten ... ations.pdf

I think it has all the necessary quantum equations. If the link doesn't work, you can find it under the "constants and equations" on the 14A page of his website.

Chantel_2I
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### Re: Where to find equations?

The equations on the sheet in that link are everything that will be given during a test as well.

405335722
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### Re: Where to find equations?

what I always do in the back of my notebook is write down all the equations we learn because some aren't on the constants sheet!:)

ranqiao1e
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### Re: Where to find equations?

I would recommend just using the equations found on the constant sheet on the website because they are all we have on the test and we can definitely solve all the problems using those equations.

Amanda Ung 4D
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### Re: Where to find equations?

There is an equation sheet on Dr. Lavelle's website. If there aren't any on that sheet that we learned in class, it's a good idea to take note of them and memorize/get a good understanding of the equation because it's probably important.