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An electron is on a -2.5 eV energy level. The electron is struck by a 2.5 eV photon. What will most likely happen? A)The electron will be removed from the atom. B)The electron will move to the sixth energy level and release a 0.1 eV photon. C)The electron will remain in the same energy level. D)The electron will move down to the lowest energy level, releasing a 2.5 eV photon in the process.
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