The lecture Effective Nuclear Charge by Jared Rovny is from the course Electronic Structure.
Why can atoms have a lower “effective nuclear charge”?
What does the “uncertainty” refer to in the “uncertainty principle”?
If we describe the location of a particle as a wave with probability for it to be in each location, what does the momentum of the particle correspond to?
If a particle’s location is best described by a wave showing the probability of its location, why can we not be certain about its location and momentum simultaneously?
Why were quantum mechanical effects not noticed sooner, historically?
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