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How much energy is absorbed when a hydrogen atom jumps from n=3 to n=4?

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    |dw:1365544721794:dw|

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    don't know sorry

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  3. AmTran_Bus
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    I know the energies of the energy levels, but wanted to double check on this part

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    20 h w - 12 hw= 8 hw

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    @modphysnoob the book wants in eV. It says use Ef-Ei (final-initial) Would I say -0.85-(-13.6 ev)?

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    I don't know where these number are coming from

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    My book gives the energy level values of n=3 as -1.51 ev and n=4 as -.085. To find energy absorbed, it says use Energy final -energy initial

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    Just wanted to double check

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  9. modphysnoob
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    oh, ok , then just subtract , yes correct

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    Thanks!

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    this is actually quantum mechanics mades easier by giving you number

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    i don;t know this :D sorry

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