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1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known dataThe 3s state of Na has an energy of -5.14 eV. Determine the effective nuclear charge.2. Relevant equationsZeffective = Z - S (not listed in text book, found this online when trying to figure out the problem)3. The attempt at a solutionNothing in the text book in this section talk about determining nuclear charge. I know that Na is in the 2s^2 2p^6 group
Question- Two identical objects, each of rest massm0, moving with equal but opposite velocities of 0.50cin the laboratory reference frame, collide and stick together. Theresulting particle is at rest with mass M0. Determine anexpression for M0 in terms on m0.From what I understand, this is a type of rest mass problem usuallygiven in modern physics courses. I came across this one day andtried to attempt it, but could not get anywhere because I could notunderstand what they meant by determining an expression forM0 in terms of m0. Is somebody able to helpme determine an expression for this problem?