Problem: As discussed in the text, we can draw an analogy between the attraction of an electron to a nucleus and the act of perceiving light from a light bulb through a frosted glass shade, as shown in the illustration. Using the simple method of estimating effective nuclear charge how does the intensity of the light bulb and/or the thickness of the frosting change in the following cases: Moving from boron to aluminum?

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As discussed in the text, we can draw an analogy between the attraction of an electron to a nucleus and the act of perceiving light from a light bulb through a frosted glass shade, as shown in the illustration. Using the simple method of estimating effective nuclear charge how does the intensity of the light bulb and/or the thickness of the frosting change in the following cases:

A diagram shows a light bulb surrounded by a frosted glass shade, which obscures the view of a nearby observer.

Moving from boron to aluminum?

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