WHAT IS QUANTUM THEORY
The Quantum Theory deals with the behavior of the smallest tiniest things.
The Quantum theory explains the nature and behavior of matter and energy on the atomic and subatomic level.
It also explains how, or to what extent can matter, or energy be divided.
Quanta- Quanta is the minimum unit of any physical entity or the fundemental building block for protons and neutrons
JOSEPH VON FRUANHOFER
Joseph von Fraunhofer discoverd lines in the sun spectrum of light. No one co8uld explain why the lines were there and they were different for each line.
In 1814 Joseph von Fraunhofer invented the spectroscope that allowed him to discover 574 dark lines.
Developed the Quantum Theory, he also developed the Plancks constant.
Planks constant- The energy of each quantum or E=Frequency or f*the universal constant or h which equals 6.63*10E-34J's
Enest Rutherford developed his atom model to where each electron revolve around an induviual energy level around the nucleus. Each electron had its own energy level.
Neils Bohr developed or introduced a refined version of Ernest Rutherford's atom model.
He argue that electrons had certain fixed amounts of energy, which corresponded to its fix orbit. When an electron absorbs energy it jumps to the next energy level(s) pending on how much energy is absorbed rather than constantly moving around a single energy level.
With his model Neils Bohr helped proved that electrons have fix energy sources or quantities called quanta.
1 could be OK. IF you do a lot of research and really tie in the Physics.
2 and #3 are basic Chemistry, which you had last year. I don't see how that's a project at all. Just read your old notes.
4 says "What?" What occasion?
5 could be interesting. It's a biology question, but I'd be OK with it IF YOU DO A GOOD JOB.
6 See #2
7 is OK, since you didn't take Ph1, but it won't be very hard, thus it won't be worth a whole lot of points.
8 should be the most interesting, the most challenging, the most unique, and the most useful to the class. That is, by far, the best project, I think. ... leesonma 02:36, February 23, 2010 (UTC)