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Please, Please, Please Help Me! How do I calculate the wavelength (λ) of transitions between the n-orbital? For example: \(\ \Huge n=7 \rightarrow n=2 .\)

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\[\frac{ 1 }{ \lambda } = R(\frac{ 1 }{ S^{2} }-\frac{ 1 }{ L ^{2} })\] Where R is Rydberg's constant S is energy level transitions to L is energy level transitioned from
? What do I do with 1/λ???
Once you've plugged in your values and found what 1/λ equals just take 1/(that value) which will give you λ

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