DateNoInstructorCharacterizing ElementsShow your calculations below.B. Electronic Transitions and the Hydrogen Line SpectrumFor the n1.3 to n 2 transition:E =in A =Ain nm =Color of corresponding line in the hydrogen spectrum:For the n = 4 to n 2 transition:2.E=V =A in A =A in nmColor of corresponding line in the hydrogen spectrum:7Lab Report: Characterizing Elements

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Electronic transitions, for the n=3 to n=2 

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Characterizing Elements
Show your calculations below.
B. Electronic Transitions and the Hydrogen Line Spectrum
For the n
1.
3 to n 2 transition:
E =
in A =
Ain nm =
Color of corresponding line in the hydrogen spectrum:
For the n = 4 to n 2 transition:
2.
E=
V =
A in A =
A in nm
Color of corresponding line in the hydrogen spectrum:
7
Lab Report: Characterizing Elements
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Date No Instructor Characterizing Elements Show your calculations below. B. Electronic Transitions and the Hydrogen Line Spectrum For the n 1. 3 to n 2 transition: E = in A = Ain nm = Color of corresponding line in the hydrogen spectrum: For the n = 4 to n 2 transition: 2. E= V = A in A = A in nm Color of corresponding line in the hydrogen spectrum: 7 Lab Report: Characterizing Elements

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For electronic transition from n = 3 to n = 2 the E difference value is determined as follow,

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1 AE -RH 1 2 n 1 1 -(2.179x101 2232 3 x 10 9 J =

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The wavelength value is as follows,

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1 RH 32 1 1 (1.097x10 A) 22 32 6563 A [since 1A 0.1nm] 656.3 nm The frequency is calculated as follows, 2.998 x 10 m/s 656.3 nm 2.998 x 10 m/s 6.563x 107 m 4.568 x 1014 s

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The energy is calculat...

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E hxv 6.626x 1034 J /sx 4.568 x 1014 s1 3.027x 1019 J

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