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Why does aqeous fluorescein shine when exposed to UV light?

Fluorescence is the emission of a longer-wavelength photon (lower frequency or energy) by a molecule that has absorbed a photon of shorter wavelength (higher frequency or energy). Both absorption and ...
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Stability of atomic/ionic quantum states in relation to the full octet rule

All atoms want to be stable. They achieve this by having a full valence shell, which they achieve by forming bonds. There are several philosophical and factual problems with this notion. First is the ...
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Wave function in Schrodinger's model

If we look at a table of equations for the radial component of a hydrogen atom: You will notice that all the equations have a factor of $\left(\frac{Z}{a_0}\right)^{\frac{3}{2}}$, irrespective of ...
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