Dino Nuggets 13a


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KDang_1D
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Dino Nuggets 13a

Postby KDang_1D » Sat Nov 02, 2019 4:25 pm

Essentially, the question is "what is the kinetic energy of one potassium ion with a wavelength of 11.23 nm?"

We used the mass 39.1 g/mol for the potassium ion. Does that mean that the mass of ions and neutral elements are the same? Why wouldn't we have to subtract 9.11x10-31kg from the mass of the neutral element (converted from g/mol to kg/atom) to get the mass of the 1+ cation?

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Re: Dino Nuggets 13a

Postby Haley Dveirin 1E » Sat Nov 02, 2019 4:31 pm

electrons have such a small mass that the mass of the atom is essentially the same as the ion.


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