mortonsalt
  • mortonsalt
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mortonsalt
  • mortonsalt
\[\lambda=\frac{hc}{E_{ph}}\] right?
mortonsalt
  • mortonsalt
Do I get the difference of eV, e.g. like when n=2 goes to n=1, eV=-13.6-(-3.4)?

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Cuanchi
  • Cuanchi
the lowest the electron fall the higher is the energy that release, the higher the energy the lower the wavelength. If an electron fall from any level to the level 1 will release the most energy (lower wavelength), then if it felt from the 6 to the 1 release more energy than if it fell from the 5. And if it felt from the 5 to the 1 release more than if does from the 4 to the 1. Then if an electron fall to the n=2 wherever level is coming from will always release less energy that any other electron falling to the n=1
Cuanchi
  • Cuanchi
4 ->3 4 ->2 2 ->1 3 -> 1
mortonsalt
  • mortonsalt
Thank you so much! I understand it now.
Cuanchi
  • Cuanchi
Yes you can replace the values in the formula and calculate the wavelenght
mortonsalt
  • mortonsalt
Thank you! @Cuanchi
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  • Cuanchi
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hydrogen_spectral_series
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