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4. Calculate the change in energy for each transition, n, 3,4, 5, 6 and n, 2. Show your work
and give the results in units of joules.
heRH( i- ) Equation 3
=
ー ㄧㄧㄧㄧㄧ˙ --
뜻
3456
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4. Calculate the change in energy for each transition, n, 3,4, 5, 6 and n, 2. Show your work and give the results in units of joules. heRH( i- ) Equation 3 = ー ㄧㄧㄧㄧㄧ˙ -- 뜻 3456

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