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nellysmith

  • 2 years ago

http://glossary.periodni.com/glosar.php?hr=Lymanova+serija Does the wavelength occur in region between n=1 and n=3 on the website link I posted above? Does anybody know? Thanks.

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  1. nellysmith
    • 2 years ago
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    I forgot to ask complete question, if I want to find the wavlength that gives rise to the third line, would the wavelength occur on n=3 or between n=1 and n=3?

  2. JFraser
    • 2 years ago
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    in order to an atom to emit light, its electrons have to drop between levels

  3. nellysmith
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    thanks. So the right answer is between n=3 and n=1? Thanks.

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